What will be the cost to your company if you don’t conduct regular sales training? As the greater macro economy slows in China, more companies are investing sales training to continue to increase top line revenue and market share. To add to the challenges, most MNC’s face challenges crossing cultures and integrating with local distributors and clients. How can you better manage your key accounts, increase your channel sales, improve your negotiation success rate and close more deals? See the targeted programs below.
Great Training! Thanks for bringing your knowledge and experience to our team and helping them build their skills! I was impressed by your strong leadership as well!
C. Yang - General Manager
We see them as more than a partner, but as a friend….
Thank you for arranging and delivering high quality English & Soft Skills training to our IT group! I can confirm the good feedback from all our team members.
L. Li, Regional IT Manager, SuZhou
They really helped us develop training solutions that added value to our company…
I’m very impressed your wonderful training program, it’s very good prepared and organized!
F. Yong, Projects Manager, Chengdu
The satisfaction rate is 100%.
S. Sun, Marketing Manager, AmCham Shanghai
You are the most energetic trainer! The way you take training to another innovative level really touched me. I can see you really love your job.
Y. Chang, Asia Pacific L&D Manager
They have consistently provided us with high quality training…
Thank you Robert and Liam so much for the best training seminar I have ever been too! You left me wanting more…
James W, VP General Manager, Wuxi
Super presentation skills and awareness for mixed nationality seminar!!!
Greg G, Asia Projects Manager, ChongQing
I must say, though I have attended numerous training sessions, the one we had last Friday (Business Writing) is one of the best few.
T. Ren, Suzhou AVP
Thank you for your good training! It has been wonderful to understand the principles of good Writing. I hope I can continue to learn more you on future training projects…
A. Wang, R&D Manager, Shanghai