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Championship Selling: A Passport to Global Markets

31 Mar 2017 10:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

May 8-10, 2017
Saskatoon, SK

Does your team have the right skills to capitalize in a global marketplace?

The Conference Board of Canada in partnership with Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Optimé International and CompreCultues Ltd. will prepare you and your team to sell in multi-cultural environments and get results with our upcoming program: Championship Selling: A Passport to Global Markets.

Take your sales skills to the next level.

This 38-hour interactive program will features face-to face and online training using real-world examples and modern sales technique.

Our program will provide you with key selling skills including how to:

  • Capitalize on global market opportunities and expand your customer base internationally.
  • Use performance metrics and proven pipeline management techniques to improve overall closing ratios.
  • Hire and develop the right talent with the new selling skills to compete in an increasingly complex global multi-cultural selling environment.
  • Educate the customer, tailor the solution and take control of the selling process.

This is a Job Grant Eligible Course

Are you an employer in Saskatchewan looking to fill a potential job vacancy or develop your employees’ current skill-sets? you could be eligible for a Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant. Visit www.economy.gov.sk.ca/job-grant to see if you qualify.

Take the first step in your business' sucess.

Questions? We can help!

For more information please contact Bruce Good at 613-526-3090 ext. 465 or by e-mail. Ensure you are equipped to win in today’s global multi-cultural market.


For more information about this event, please contact Robyn Mia at 613-526-3090 ext. 445 or by e-mail.

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