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Sales Strategies to Stay Ahead of the Competition

Top secrets revealed from two leading sales experts!

GLOBAL THOUGHT LEADER IN SALES AND SALES MANAGEMENT + WORLD LEADING SOCIAL SELLING EXPERT

Get ahead and stay ahead

Whether you are trying to avoid a sales slump or maximize your peak sales window, these selling strategies will help you get ahead and stay ahead of the competition. Selling is a slight edge business, and sometimes, the advantage of beating your competition can mean millions of dollars.

This free webcast is designed for sales leaders who are:

  • Struggling with stiff competition and price-cutting
  • Concerned about a technology disruption
  • Worried about new product launches
  • Selling in a mature market or industry

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Watch the recorded webinar

Tune in if you missed any of the tips Dave Mattson and Jamie Shanks shared on how to stay ahead of the competition.

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Selling Strategies to Stay Ahead of the Competition

Co-Host

Dave Mattson

Under Dave Mattson's leadership, the Sandler organization expanded domestically and internationally to over 250 offices in 27 countries around the world. He added numerous program offerings to Sandler’s training portfolio, including Enterprise Selling, Leadership, and Customer Service programs, along with Sandler Certification, the first measurable, skills-based sales certification in the industry.

Co-Host

Jamie Shanks

Jamie Shanks, CEO of Sales for Life, is one of North America’s leading Social Selling experts. He has personally built Social Selling solutions in nearly every industry, ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations. Before starting his first sales agency, Jamie was the Director of Sales at two SaaS software companies – Captive Channel Corp. and Firmex Inc., building their businesses from infancy to profitability.