Posted July 17, 2019

Reilly Offers Seminar on Value-Added Selling

STAFDA sales consultant's seminar is set for September 10-11 in St. Louis. 

We are at the half-way point of 2019. It's almost time to begin that final, all-important sprint to the finish. There is still time to meet and exceed your sales targets!

What if you could increase your sales and profit by double digits?

In our Value-Added Selling seminar, we ask salespeople how much they expect to increase revenue and profit as a result of this training. Participants reported that they expect a 31.5% increase in revenue and a 26% increase in profit. Imagine the impact this could have on your organization. Join us for our next Value-Added Selling public seminar on September 10 - 11, 2019. Seize this opportunity and start selling more profitably.

When you embrace this message and apply these techniques, you will compete more profitably by selling value, not price. For a complete overview of the training click here.

We've recently included new modules. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience our newer content. These modules include:

The Psychology of Decision Making
What if you better understood how and why your buyers make purchasing decisions? In this new module, we explore the biases that impact decision making. We’ll also reveal why buyers object on price. You’ll learn how cognitive biases will help you sell your value-added solution.

Selling to Multiple Decision Makers
Our latest research shows that six people are involved in the decision-making process. In this module, we explore how group dynamics impact decision making. You’ll also learn how to persuade decision makers in a group setting.

Competing in an Amazon World
Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, famously said, “Your margin is my opportunity.” Amazon has disrupted B2B sales. In this module, we reveal the secret to Amazon’s success and how you can compete and win in an Amazon world.

The fee is $1,450.00 and seats will be limited to 15 participants. Reserve your spot today! To register, click here, reply to this e-mail, or call (636) 778-0175.

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