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National Sales Conference 2018, supported by APS

29 November 2018:  RICOH Arena, Coventry: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm GMT :      Event Summary: The National Sales Conference (NSC) has been designed specifically for the development of the sales profession! If you are looking to enhance your sales team’s performance and results this is a must attend event. LEARN proven sales techniques that achieve […]

National Sales Academy 2018, supported by APS

28 November 2018:  RICOH Arena, Coventry: 9.00 am – 4.30 pm GMT :      Event Summary: Forged upon the request from the delegates of the National Sales Conference (NSC18), the UK’s only independent sales conference, the National Sales Academy (NSA18) offers you the opportunity to improve both sales teams / individuals effectiveness.

Driving growth through customer value and powerful brands – supported by APS

22 November 2017: 6.00 – 8.00 pm GMT at Sheffield Business School, 7140 Stoddart Building, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, Sheffield S1 1WBC :      Event Summary: This guest lecture includes a session by SBS academics and marketing experts Simon Kelly and Dr Paul Johnston, co-authors of ‘Value-ology’.  Join them as they discuss why customer value […]

Matching Your Message to the Moment – supported by APS

15th November 2017: 10.00 am – mid-day GMT at Amba Hotel Charing Cross, The Strand, London  WC2N 5HX :      Event summary:  At this event, Tim Riesterer, co-author of The Three Value Conversations, looks at what it takes to tell the most effective stories throughout the customer lifecycle. You’ll discover tested and proven messaging frameworks—supported by original academic […]

The Evolving World of Inside Sales

8 November 2018: 6.00 – 9.00 pm GMT (Toshiba TEC UK, The Monument Building, 11 Monument Street, London  EC3R 8AF) : Session overview:  What impact it has on the Sales Organisation overall, the Sales Leadership & the Sales Development Representatives Role.  Also….. How are new campaigns now being managed – key outputs and metrics What is different […]