Why you need to modify sales practices for the needs of the modern consumer

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Modify your Sales Practices for the needs of the modern consumer

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Why you need to modify sales practices for the needs of the modern consumer

This topic is part of a training course for entrepreneurs entitled ‘How to Boost your Business Revenue with Powerful Selling’ brought to you by My elearning.education in collaboration with Grodynamix.  The topic explores the evolution of the different Sales Practices used during the past few centuries and explains the reasons why the mindset of entrepreneurs had to change to keep abreast with changing consumer demands.

You will learn:
• Why your Sales Philosophy is of paramount importance for your business success.
• How to evaluate your existing Sales Practices and access their impact on your business.
• Important reasons for adapting your Sales Practices according to what the modern customer wants and needs—our sales thinking has to keep evolving as our customers change.
• How business has viewed the function of sales in the past and how most businesses view their sales function today.
• How adopting a healthy sales mindset (or philosophy) will attract potential buyers to you, your business, and your products.

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