Online: How to Win More Customers – February 2022
February 15 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pmFree
The opportunity to sell to customers is essential for any business. Even though you are probably not a specialist, having an effective sales strategy is critical to your business success. In this workshop, you will explore different ways of approaching sales, including targeting, pricing, selling online, face to face sales and the role of customer service. This will help you develop an effective sales strategy that is appealing to your customers so that they really want to buy from you.
When is the How to Win More Customers workshop?
This online workshop is taking place on Tuesday 15th February, 10am-1pm.
What will I learn?
- Who are you selling to?
- Strategies for face to face selling
- Strategies for selling online
- Pricing ‘rules’ to help make pricing easier, more profitable, and to help you sell
- How to provide excellent customer service.
Who’s delivering this How to Win More Customers workshop?
Former National Sales Manager Debbie Bird has extensive and varied business experience from large corporations such as John Lewis and Novartis to her own shops in Cirencester and Hungerford. For more than 5 years, Debbie’s business AbleGrowth has been providing coaching and training support to SMEs in Gloucestershire to maximise the potential of her client’s business particularly focused on general business skills, simple techniques with numbers and sales activities. She delivers down to earth and sound advice which has a transforming positive impact on her clients. Her clients come from a wide range of sectors including engineering, food production, retail, recreation, construction, business services, clothing and digital.
Where is it held?
This is an online course, held on Zoom. Get ready by Downloading Zoom to your computer. You’ll get an email to register and then a link to join the meeting. This online course involves exciting discussion, interaction, and practical activities with others in your shoes.
Growth Workshops are offered by Start and Grow Enterprise, a University of Gloucestershire project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Start and Grow Enterprise supports the growth of Gloucestershire-based entrepreneurs and start-ups (trading up to 3 years) through free training, events, networks and resources.