MAGIC SELLING: MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE PROBABLE

Introduction

Every business needs to sell in order to succeed. Today's highly competitive and ever changing market place requires highly skilled sales people. However, extensive product knowledge is no longer sufficient to succeed in today's market. As such, sales person need to master a different magical, creative, tactical and negotiating approach in selling their product or service.

 

Why Magic Selling?

This training is centered on helping participant to understand the principles of selling in a way that removes the fears that new or non-sales person have about selling their product or service to prospect. You will also learn how to get more out of yourself and out of your selling career than you may have ever thought is possible for you. This course will further address the issue of efficient modern selling techniques required by a sales person to maximize sales effectiveness.

 

What to Achieve?

  • Expert advice to increase sales level
  • Be familiar with the concept of magic selling
  • Understand what makes people buy
  • Develop long term relationship with existing customer as well as meeting new prospect
  • Persuasion strategies to increase flexibility in discussing sales with prospect
  • Understand the negotiation process involve in selling and more

 

Who should attend?

Sales Representative, Entrepreneur, Customer Service, Marketer and Everyone that wishes to sell.

 

Industries for Magic Selling

The training will cut across all industries.

 

Duration

One day classroom intensive training.

 

TUITION FEE: N25,000 (100% Tuition Scholarship applicable)

 

CERTIFICATION & GRADUATION: 5,000 (Five thousand Naira Only)

 

NB:

Kindly note that we are currently running a 100% Tuition scholarship for all our online courses. This implies that registered students do not need to pay the N25,000 tuition fee. However, certification and graduation fees are compulsory after you have taken your courses and assessment.

 

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