Sales Presentations are at the heart of a salesperson’s work. It’s their moment to shine, to make it or break it. No matter how good the website, or how strong the brand, the Sales Presentation is where a salesperson makes their case. It’s also at the very core of what we do here at Salesframe and we’re very invested in our customers giving the best presentations possible. Here’s a collection of articles on the subject.
There’s always something to do, and nothing is more frustrating than being held back by tasks you shouldn’t have to do in the first place.
You’ve managed to book a meeting with a potential client. Great! Now, how can you ensure that you fully utilize the opportunity?
What do you see when you picture a salesman? A slick, slimy guy who pushes his product on you with no regard to what you need or want? The best salespeople are something very different.
In this article we share what we’ve learned on how to manage sales time, presentations, and process efficiently to make more money!
Salespeople don’t have time to care about brand guidelines. They shouldn’t have to care about brand guidelines. That’s what marketing departments and ad agencies are for.
Everyone hates to be sold to, but everyone loves to buy. So, don’t push, don’t lie, don’t try to trick your customers to buying.
I used to get nervous before presentations in school. Palms sweaty, knees weak, arms heavy. Too hot in my sweater already, breath smelling like cafeteria spaghetti.
I’m one of those weird people who enjoy a good slideshow. Yeah, I said a good slideshow.
Business-to-business sales is a vast, everchanging field of opportunities and perils. If you don’t keep moving and react to changes in the field, you can quickly get stuck in the mud.