Growing a manufacturing business requires strategy, creativity, innovation, and a talented sales team. Salespeople, by nature, are great at networking and making meaningful connections, but how are they supposed to perform to the best of their abilities during this pandemic? Delays, slowdowns, and funding issues are not the only challenges brought on by COVID-19. The lack of physical meetings alone creates unique difficulties for companies across the country. So sales teams have turned to the next best thing - virtual selling. With flexibility and proper guidance, your sales team can help you survive and thrive during these difficult times.
During this webinar, Connexia Group's President Patrick McClure discusses how manufacturers can improve upon their virtual selling abilities by addressing the challenges created by the COVID-19 environment and leveraging available tools and opportunities.
Access this webinar now to discover how you can improve upon your virtual selling abilities by leveraging available tools and opportunities.
This webinar was originally presented on October 29 at 11:00 am.
Patrick McClure is a recognized expert in sales performance optimization. "Coach Pat" works with management and sales teams nationwide to drive maximum sales performance and dramatically increase revenues. In his corporate career with IBM, Hitachi Data Systems, EDS, and Digital Equipment, he directly sold over $150 MM in products and services and managed multiple high performance teams with award winning results.
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