m62′s Nick Oulton will be speaking at this year’s much-anticipated Successful Selling conference, hosted by ISMM. The conference is to be held on Thursday 21st October at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, and this year 650 delegates are expected to attend.
Headlining the event is astronaut Charlie Duke, who was the tenth man to walk on the moon. Other keynote speakers include Robin Fielder, managing director of LDL, and Steve Head, coach and motivational speaker.
As always, the Successful Selling conference offers delegates the opportunity to improve their sales skills, and to take their career to the next level. Many esteemed experts are speaking and running workshops on a variety of topics, designed to improve sales effectiveness for your organisation.
Nick will be hosting a workshop just before lunchtime, on improving the impact of sales presentations. His workshop will address the issue of the money wasted by ineffective sales presentations, and demonstrates how presenters can sell better; sell smarter; and sell more than the competition. m62 is also hosting a stand at the event, where our presentation experts will be on-hand to explain how m62 helps its clients achieve a 30% increase in sales.
The conference features the world’s top speakers on selling, helping the UK’s salespeople to reach their personal and professional goals. As well as benefitting from the experience of experts, delegates are offered valuable networking opportunities. As such, it is seen by many as the highlight of the sales year.
More information can be found about the event at the ISMM website.
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- Presentation Optimisation
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Simon Cohen, Head of UK Channel Sales, Condeco
The presentation went very well. I can honestly say it’s the best set of slides that I have presented in front of. Great work for such a short space of time. At the end of the afternoon, people were queuing up to talk to me and ask me more questions, so clearly the presentation had an impact. Thanks again and nice work!