So many of our new clients come to us broken and befuddled after attempting to create their own inside sales force by thinking “how hard can this be?” They soon discover the grim truth about what it takes to build your own sales and marketing team.
In tonight’s half hour program we will quickly cover a list of the most common problems and the simplest solutions facing small business when creating an inside sales force. For any small business owner thinking about creating an inside sales force this half hour is one "cannot miss" program.
Part 1 of a 5 part series, tonight we will discuss the litany of issues you will invariably encounter when you decide to "go it on your own". Then each week following we will tackle one of the top five issues off this list offering you valuable insight, alternative programming and effective strategies.
Tonight's host, Mr. Frank Bosson has over 30 years building, recruiting, training and managing inside sales. He has worked in the Fortune field with companies like American Express and Lucent and the small business arena with many companies including Veros and Dynaco. His background includes managing companies with over 500 people on the phone so he’s a man who understands all aspects of this business model. Mr. Bosson has a host of Internet related programs and tools to assist the small business owner in properly and effectively growing their bottomline.
His wealth of knowledge and understanding of the small business owner's needs and perils provide you, the small business owner, with a fair and balanced look at how you can begin your own sales effort. If starting your own sales and marketing program has ever been or is right now a consideration, you cannot afford to miss this FREE half hour program from Net-Worth on the BlogTalkRadio Network. for more info email email@example.com or call 209 333 7786
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