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Sales Pipeline - Qualify Opportunities to Grow Your Sales Workshop

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4 days ago, Tue 15 Oct 2019, 09:00 am


4 days ago, Tue 15 Oct 2019, 12:00 pm


The Settlement
Level 1, 1 Walton Leigh Avenue, Porirua


Professional Development, Conferences Workshops Classes, Sales Marketing, Education


Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets, Mobility parking


Members - $60, Non Members - $100

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Chrysalis for Women

Men are welcome

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**Available to men, too

If you’d like to understand the state of your sales pipeline and grow your sales – this is your workshop!

  • Are you busy selling but not closing as many sales as you think you should be?
  • Do you know how much opportunity is really in your sales pipeline?

Take back your time. Spend your sales energy where you’ll have the greatest impact and turn those right opportunities into sales.
This workshop will give you tools to evaluate your current sales pipeline and your future opportunities so that you know how much time to spend on each opportunity.

  • Can you differentiate between tyre-kickers and genuinely interested potential clients?
  • Do you know where to spend your sales energy to get the best sales growth for your business?
  • How long is too long to follow up? Do you know when to persevere and when to let go?

Come to this workshop prepared to think deeply about your sales pipeline. You’ll take away your own personalised framework to help you qualify opportunities and grow your sales.

Speaker Bio – Mary Crampton

Mary Crampton has 20 years of experience in Sales – business to business sales, new business development, technology and IT sales, household removals sales, media sales, fundraising, and more.
Mary formed Magnify Consulting to pursue contract sales strategy and sales consultancy, and now serves SMEs who want to establish and grow their sales. Thinking ‘outside the box’ means that Mary sees opportunities where others may only see brick walls. Magnify Consulting works with SMEs who want to kick-start their sales, without the outlay for a full-time business development manager.
When Mary’s not selling, she’s probably driving her children to sport or youth group, indulging in reading, walking, or cooking, or catching up with friends.
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