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Name: Bridgwater Breakfast Club - March Event
Date: March 20, 2019
Time: 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM GMT
Bridgwater Breakfast Club Event
Event Description:
Bridgwater's Friendliest Networking Group meeting every third Wednesday of each month. Between 30 and 40 local businesses attend for a vibrant morning.

Our speaker for Tony Pizii - Taking the Selling out of the Sales Process


Harvesting Business is a simplified process of how to create a successful and fruitful business pipeline, aimed at professional people that are self-confessed, non-sales people.

The system was created out of necessity, due to inheriting several sales teams of engineers or professionals, with little or no sales idea or enthusiasm for push selling. We built a simple ‘follow the steps’ process in order to increase their confidence in their ability to achieve long term sales objectives.

During the talk you will receive a whistle stop tour of this process. We will cover ways to gain prospects more aligned to the growth of your future business.

You will need a notepad and pencil, plus a desire to simplify to learn more.

About Speaker
Tony Pizii has been involved in sales for 35 years, initially as a Commercial Traveller, then Sales Manager and Sales Director of teams from 6 up to 28 field sales, through to Commercial Director of a company of 164M. He has constantly had to build and train sales teams and found this simple process to be easy to learn, implement and be very effective for those that choose to use it.
 
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Location:
YMCA Bridgwater 

YMCA, The George Williams Centre

Friarn Avenue

Bridgwater

TA6 3RF

Date/Time Information:

Wed, 20 March 2019

07:30 – 10:00

Contact Information:
Nick Rickards 01278 726000
Fees/Admission:
£12.50 plus eventbrite fees to include breakfast.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bridgwaters-breakfast-club-with-guest-speaker-tony-pizii-tickets-53857240456

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