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Negotiating Profitable Deals

Strategies & Tactics for Winning Sales...Without Giving Away Your Profits

Everything comes to a head when your sales team negotiates a deal. You want to win, but you don't want to leave money on the table. So, how do you help your sales team to become better negotiators, so they win the deals they should, at the right price? In this on-demand training webinar, you'll learn about:

  • Why most B2B sales and marketing teams are ill-equipped for profitable negotiations.
  • How your negotiation and pricing capabilities have a magnified effect on the bottom-line.
  • Three elements you should be including in your ongoing sales training curriculum.
  • Eight proven strategies and approaches for improving your teams' overall capabilities.

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