The trend towards remote selling with multiple digital touchpoints alternated with a lot less visits has already found its way into certain verticals.
The current measures have encouraged many companies to embrace and speed up the integration of these techniques into selling from home.
This requires huge adjustments pushing sellers, used to visiting their customers, outside their comfort zone. In addition, this also requires other skills and a change in some of their beliefs.
Companies that take advantage of the current situation will be rewarded after this crisis with better performance at a lower cost of sales.
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Learn from experts with years of experience in B2B remote selling adapted to the current Covid-19 pandemic.
- How to optimize your core selling time and be productive
- What sales can do to be better prepared for the aftermath
- Take the opportunity to grow relationships and expand account coverage
Pascal Persyn, CEO of Perpetos, and Prof. Dr. Deva Rangarajan (Director of Professional Selling, Ball State University) discuss how traditional commercial employees should adapt to the new, digital approach to sales.
The CEO of Perpetos sees COVID-19 as an opportunity. Traditional salespeople are now confronted with a new reality, the perfect opportunity to step outside their comfort zone.
Gestures are important, even more than in face-to-face situations.
The calculator was designed for marketing teams for calculating their contribution to revenue but is identical to be used by individual sales or sales teams
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Webinar with Pascal Persyn, CEO at Perpetos, and Deva Rangarajan, Associate Professor at Vlerick
- 83% of buyers say vendors don’t understand their issues
- 32% of a rep’s time is spent searching for or creating content
- 82% of senior executives said that content was a significant driver of their buying decision
In this webinar, you will learn how and why to equip your sales with knowledge & tools.
How to train & support
Today, sales teams tend to specialise. But why?
Remote or not, keeping employees engaged with training materials has always been a challenge.
Turning your company and employees in a full remote workforce is not easy. Are you capable of delivering critical information at scale? How do you connect with your colleagues to ensure they stay engaged, productive and retain knowledge?
Remote or not, keeping employees engaged with training materials has always been a challenge. But now you have to create learning programs for an entire remote workforce. How confident are managers that this new knowledge is being learned and retained?
Selling from home FAQs
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In-person meetings are important, and this is what sales like, what gives energy. But now, none of it is possible. We may need to resist the temptation to binge watch Netflix. But what for? How can we be productive in these times?
How can we help you?
Tell us about the challenges and opportunities you’re facing. We’ll show you how we can support your goals......
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