Earlier today, Beverley Corson from ‘Engineering Business Growth’ announced the release of “Get Good At Selling” – the new Sales Training for Small Business Owners & Solopreneurs – which has been in development since the beginning of 2015. The main aim is to enable Business Owners to make more money from their business by improving their approach to selling their products or services… but it does so, with a difference.
Anyone familiar with Business Growth Coaching For Small & Micro Businesses will probably have noticed how everyone else seems to provide sales training for Sales Professionals, but not for the Business Owners themselves. This is a problem because Business Owners need different focus to be able to break through their own barriers and get results.
So as a welcome breath of fresh air, “Get Good At Selling” will instead focus on the Business Owners themselves. It will follow an intense 8 week “Bootcamp” format to overcome procrastination and deliver real results during the programme. Beverley Corson chose to make this departure from traditional sales training because Business Owners need an intensive yet flexible programme to fit around their demanding schedules.
Kevin Treharne, Director at Entec Access Systems Ltd., says: “If you have a tight operating budget and need someone to bounce ideas off and to help guide your sales process, this is a great starting place. Beverley is great at sales strategy and I recommend her services.” Another previous client, Sukhy Bains also endorsed the new programme saying, “Beverley’s knowledge and experience of sales has helped me overcome barriers that were stopping me from getting the results I wanted in my business. She has positively challenged me to step out of my comfort zone and I have achieved more in the last few months than I had in the entire year.”
“Get Good At Selling” creator, Beverley Corson, commented on her new programme saying, “We want to give our customers the confidence and momentum to overcome procrastination and the fear of sales – so they can start landing new customers. With “Get Good At Selling”, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel empowered, focused and confident to start making new sales every week. Trying something new is always a risk, but it’s a risk we believe is worth taking.” Interested Business Owners who aren’t sure about the investment can find out much more by attending Beverley’s webinar “7 Steps To Stop Procrastinating And Start Selling Fast”.
Engineering Business Growth has been in business for over 6 years. It was established back in April 2009. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to empower and equip Business Owners and ‘Solo-preneurs’ for business success.
“Get Good At Selling” is set to launch 23 November 2015. To find out more, visit http://www.getgoodatselling.com or attend the free introductory webinar “7 Steps To Stop Procrastinating And Start Selling Fast”
For further information about Engineering Business Growth, visit engineeringbusinessgrowth.com.
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