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Mid Devon Network to host extended breakfast with practical workshop

19/01/2011 - Category: Mid-Devon-Network-

The Mid Devon Network will be hosting an extended breakfast meeting at Club Crediton, Crediton, Devon on Wednesday 16th February 2011.

Members and guests are invited to attend from 7.15am for a 7.30am start. Between 8.30-9.30am Mid Devon Network Member Paul Munnery from Stewart Nash Consultancy will be conducting a practical workshop aimed at developing attendees’ sales skills.

In the fast-paced workshop (Sell Smarter. Close more orders. Beat the competition.), Mid Devon Network members and guests will learn...

  • An easy to use, highly effective technique for turning objections raised by prospects into orders
  • How to improve average selling skills and become far more successful at closing orders

Paul Munnery explains;

"The South West is no longer the local marketplace it once was. Businesses from across the UK are increasingly and aggressively targeting the region as a source of new business opportunities and growth. As competition for orders in the South West is expected to increase substantially in 2011, so the regions small business owners are realising the need to urgently improve their selling skills - to beat competitors to the order."

Paul Munnery from Stewart Nash Consultancy Ltd is highly experienced at helping owners of small and medium sized businesses to develop their company and grow profits.

For over twenty years, Paul has presented business seminars, workshops and key note speeches in the UK, Europe, US and Africa on topics including; ‘Managing effective reseller channels', ‘Market effectively to create profitable new customers’, ‘The Small Business Owners Guide to Making Profits’, ‘Growing the business to its next stage’ and ‘Start-up to profitable small business in six months’.

The workshop inlcuding breakfast costs £10 and guests are welcome to attend.

For further details, or to book a space please contact Mary Nation (

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