Confident, stress-free cold-calling to win new customers

19th August 2012

Learn the secrets of getting appointments with key decision-makers.

This masterclass explains the highly effective cold-calling techniques that result in productive meetings with decision-makers. You will learn from real examples how to get immediate attention, overcome initial rejections, manage obstinate objections, deal with difficult gatekeepers, handle awkward questions and, most important of all, close the sale. The masterclass is presented by Mike Kingston who is rated the leading, practical trainer in selling and marketing techniques in the UK today. -The way the Mike delivered the information he kept it interesting and was very knowledgeable. He got everything across very clearly. Very impressive speaker. Miss Rachel Procter, Wherehouse? feedback after May 2011 event at the Park Inn, York. -Examples and style of thoughts very positive, uplifting and encouraging. Very good presentation recommended ! Mrs Imtiaz Akhtar, Txttools Ltd March 2011 event at Yorkshire County Cricket Club, Leeds. For more information and pricing, please visit:

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