Sales skills for today’s customers – Bury St Edmunds

Sales skills for today’s customers – Bury St Edmunds
Event on 2013-10-03 09:30:00
Sales skills for today’s customers

Please bring your own lunch, teas and coffees will be provided.

Customer priorities are changing. Up to date information is essential to help you meet your sales challenges of today.           

This workshop will help you identify how selling has changed, continues to do so and what you can do about it to maintain your share of the market. 

Customers demand a different approach, customer loyalty is fading and other priorities are taking over. 

Everyone is competing for their slice of the cake. To stay ahead you need to be up to date, able to adapt to the changing market, and fulfil customer expectations.


This workshop is for those who have some knowledge of sales – and need to refresh or sharpen their learning to match today’s demanding customers. 

We will discuss B2B and B2C customers.

Find out

  • How to unlock your USP for that competitive edge
  • Effective ways to attract and keep new customers 
  • How to speed up your process to secure more sales 

Discover the essentials of what works for you. We will examine how to plan, approach, and manage your pipeline, look at customer types, buying triggers, and digital marketing, 

This is your workshop, this will be interactive; we will work with your examples. 

Participants are invited to bring along real sales challenge for discussion

 TRAINER -Christine Guy-Clarke

Christine has been working with business owners for over 22 years and is passionate about supporting and helping local business to succeed. Her background is sales, marketing, business owner and a successful business coach, regularly holding business growth seminars. She currently works with SME’s around East Anglia to help them grow their profits and increase their sales, holding training workshops for selling skills, business growth and developing USP’s. She is a voluntary active member on the ISSBA (Ipswich & Suffolk Small Business Association) committee and a business Mentor. Christine’s website


Please note Menta are a not for profit organisation and any profit made from our services remains within the organisation.






at The Self Centre
5 Eastern Way
Bury Saint Edmunds, United Kingdom

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