Train your team to speak the language of sales.
When looking to increase your sales volume, would it be helpful if your Sales, Marketing, Project Management and Managerial teams could:
Brought to you by Nimdzi Insights and Flannery Sales Systems, this is a workshop specifically for companies in the translation and localization field. The methodology driving this course is applicable across any industry. In this workshop, we will be pulling conversation topics around:
You are invited to participate in the Translation and Localization Sales Process Workshop, created and delivered by Nimdzi Insights and Flannery Sales Systems. Our combined team has conducted this program for over 15 years, in 7 countries with hundreds of attendees.
Topics in the workshop include:
Each of these topics is aligned with a key selling skill. Attendees will practice in the Workshop and through an online portal for continuous reinforcement.
Training does not drive results.
Get on a call with your coach and practice what you have learned. For every 3 participants, there will be 1 dedicated coach for breakout sessions during the workshop and post-follow-up opportunities to continue training with your coaches.
Workshop price: 2,500 USD per registrant
Nimdzi Partners: 1,875 USD (25% discount) per registrant
Partner Associations (TINA, Women in Localization, EAGLS, Elia, AASL, ATC, ACTA, 20% discount): 2,000 USD
Group bookings: 2,100 USD (reach out to John Flannery to speak about your company’s special group offer [email protected] )
John E. Flannery works with his customers to develop specific revenue generation programs based around sales process. He also provides them with the supporting implementation services to help companies maximize their investment and drive results.
With 35 years of sales, sales management, and business ownership experience, John has a comprehensive understanding of how sales organizations should run. After 10 years in Fortune 500 companies, including Pitney Bowes and Nextel, he founded, built, and sold his own business in the wireless industry. As the lead sales executive in a multinational organization , John drove the implementation of sales process into that company. For 8 years, John was a top producing business partner with CustomerCentric Selling.
His current customers include organizations in the wireless, medical device, life sciences and professional services industries. He is a graduate of San Diego State University, and he currently sits on the Marketing Advisory Board for the College of Business at SDSU.
The language industry is rapidly evolving and you don’t want to miss out on the latest developments. Nimdzi has created a list of more than 60 influencers in the Localization industry based on a variety of criteria and active engagement on social media. The candidates included in the ranking are all professionals with proven experience in translation, localization, and globalization.
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