'Big Bucks' come with knowing how to sell
Discover how to become the "Gun Salesperson" in your organisation.
In this course you will discover:
- How to start a conversation with a client and quickly build rapport
- How to discover the precise needs of the client.
- How to match your product benefits to the needs of your client.
- Why objections are usually the clients requesting more information.
- How to overcome these objections and create a win/win outcome.
- How to close the deal.
- How to position yourself for an upsell.
But most of all you will discover how small changes in your mindset and language can dramatically increase your closure rate and make you the "Top Gun Salesperson" in your organisation
Click on the links for registration to the Free Webinars.
Choose the webinar that suits your position:
Are you a sales person interested in refining their skills to become "Top Gun" in your organisation?
Are you in a managerial position and need a curriculum to teach your own sales staff?
These webinars are an introduction to the full training that is in the courses.
Fortunato Ruberto...Your Coach For Success
I've been in sales for over 13 years and helped create and develop franchise sales companies here in Australia for the last 5 years which were very successful. I enjoyed serving and helping my clients to achieve whatever results they where looking for whether for themselves or for their family as a whole. I also found great joy and success in selling and coaching my colleagues in becoming "top gun sales people" so I decided to set up my own webinar and seminars where I can continue coaching sales people all over the world and help them to achieve the same results and success as myself.
I enjoy the fact that knowing many colleagues and friends of mine have also had great success in the sales coaching I have presented to them which is why I chose to continue coaching and enjoy the pleasure of their success.
Their success is my success!! I wouldn't have or want it any other way!!
Anyone can become a Top Gun sales person if they focus and truly want to be the best of the best in their fields. I can help you achieve such results which is why I am coaching men and women of all walks of life and I am also here to answer any questions. It is a great pleasure for me to support and help you to achieve whatever results you are looking for within your chosen field of employment or career.
We have two webinars available depending on your needs
If you are in sales and want to improve your level of expertise and double or triple your closure rate
Register for the free webinar here
If however you are a CEO or Sales Manager and want to know
how to inspire and motivate your team to greater levels of excellence,
then this free webinar is for you
Register for your free webinar here
Frequently Asked Questions
Q) What are the buying signs when a client is interested or showing interest in your product?
A) When a client is asking you to get to the point of what's in it for them.
Q) How long do I have access to the course?
Q) When should you push a little harder for the sale?
Q) When is the best time to hand over the client to a second or third voice for a possible deal?
A) When you feel you have exhausted all your info then a second voice with more authority.
Q) When is it the best time to follow up on a courtesy call?
Q) If the client says not interested should I just say thank you and good bye and hang up?
A) No.. If the client is still on the phone find another way around the 'NO" or the objection.
Q) How do you know when a client is just not interested in your product?
A) When the client responds with an adamant "NO"!!
Q) When I first contact the client should I call them by their first name full name or surname?
A) First name only.
Q) If I make an appointed time to call a client should I call right on time a little earlier or later?
A) Whatever the appointed time you have set with the client then that's the time to call. No earlier.. No later.. On time!!
Q) How do I know if the client is ready to buy my product?
A) A holding deposit is a sure sign of a deal but not always.