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IMC Philly - The Top 3 Things You Can Do to Increase Sales in 2011
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When: 2/18/2011
7:30 AM
Where: Plymouth Country Club
888 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania  19462-2526
United States
Contact: Jon Oliver

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The Top 3 Things You Can Do to Increase Sales in 2011

Friday February 18, 2011 

IMC Philly Breakfast "Buzz Session” Meeting

Philadelphia Country Club

7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Learn how to be more effective in three specific areas that are critical to the success of every Consulting Professional:

  • How to Create Consistent, High Quality Referrals
  • The Consultant’s Bill Of Rights
  • Set, Manage and Enforce Commitments

Scott Messer has an uncanny ability to cut through the static and get to the real issues in any buying situation.  His skills and knowledge of the Sales process are easily transferred to Consulting Professionals that need to learn a better way to elevate their sales performance and results.

Scott Messer's career as a business development professional and serial entrepreneur spans over 30 years.  Before starting Sales Evolution, LLC, Scott held various sales, sales management, and executive positions at Union Carbide, Griff Machine Products Company, Ultimate Software Group, Data Flow Information Systems, Compuware Corporation and Growth Dynamics.  This experience included two "turnarounds" and three start-ups, helping them to launch new products and services, establish sales territories, and raise capital.  He brings to Sales Evolution a blend of leadership, management, and communications skills combined with a diverse career experience ranging from large, established companies to early stage ventures. 

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