Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time: 3:30pm for 4pm – 6pm
Venue: Akro Spaces 25 Wale Street, Cape Town City Centre
Free but spaces must be booked!
Coffee, wine and food available
10 April 2019 – “Sell Like a Boss” and have fun doing it! Workshop
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Sales gives you wings to expand your business, to provide stability and sustainability.
International Guest speaker, Angie Wing, from corporate America, and Founder of AngelWing USA, workshops a program to teach entrepreneurs of all kinds how to develop the strategy, the tools and the confidence to go out and sell like a boss.
And most importantly, she teaches them how to have fun doing it.
Sales should never feel aggressive or pushy, it should never be something you dread. And because sales is the backbone of your business, it’s important to have the right mindset about it so that you stick with it!
Here are a few things you can expect to learn:
- How to develop the right mindset so that sales is no longer something you dread, but instead something that you’re super excited about!
- How to do the proper planning so that you know exactly what to say and how to lead a sales conversation with confidence
- How to handle objections, and difficult conversations with ease
- How to turn your client’s problems into solutions and win their business
About our guest speaker:
“I spent ten years selling in corporate America, selling medical technology all over the United States and globally. About a year ago I decided to finally follow my heart and leave my career to become an entrepreneur and travel the world.
As I was traveling, I was surrounded by talented entrepreneurs of all kinds—digital, creative, freelancers, developers, photographers, videographers, e-commerce, designers, writers, influencers, and service providers (to name a few). I knew I wanted to be of service to these inspiring people in some way, so I started teaching them what I knew…sales.
I had no idea that my training would catch on like it did. What I learned was that most entrepreneurs are very passionate about their business and their craft but the one area where many of them struggle—sales. Most of them would tell you that sales is their least favorite part of the business and if it were up to them, they wouldn’t have to think about getting new customers.”
But anyone who’s been in business long enough knows that without an intentional business strategy and the confidence to go out and get those customers, the business can really struggle.