Train your team to speak the language of sales.
This is a workshop specifically for companies in the translation and localization field: language technology providers, language service providers, and companies with growing and maturing localization departments.
When looking to increase your sales volume, would it be helpful if your Sales, Marketing, Project Management and Managerial teams could:
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 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, and 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.
Dates and available spots: sign up to hear when this workshop will be in session again by join the Nimdzi Newsletter.
Pricing and Special Offers
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, 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] )
Would you like to be a partner association and secure 20% off for your association members? Email [email protected]
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