Offers Sales Training Seminars to Hotels throughout New England

Lynnfield, MA (PressExposure) January 31, 2009 -- Led by Joseph A. Rogan, Managing Director of, based in Lynnfield, Mass., the sales training seminars are geared towards hotel sales teams looking to increase business. During a one-hour interactive prospecting session that takes place on-site, Rogan trains the sales team to:

Utilize meeting intelligence data to identify the best potential customers Perform an industry segment analysis to better understand where to find business Focus sales efforts on selling to the best potential customers based on their actual volume Perform a lost business analysis

Sales teams will also learn about top prospecting strategies, from account volume and need dates to marketing strategies.

"These training sessions will help hotel sales professionals to make better and more informed sales decisions which ultimately leads to increased sales productivity, performance and accountability," noted Rogan.

Hotel's cutting edge technology delivers competitive meeting intelligence in a customizable, user-friendly format that enables subscribers within the hospitality industry to gain and maintain their competitive edge. The company is located at 30 Lynnbrook Road in Lynnfield, Mass.


For more information or to register for your onsite session, visit the website at [] or contact or (781) 592-9700.

Innovative, Comprehensive Online Resources for Hotels is the premier resource for meeting intelligence. For more than 10 years,, LLC has been providing comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date meeting information to hotels throughout the East Coast. Through’s proprietary interactive database tool, hotels can compile, manipulate, analyze and utilize competitive data that is specific to their needs and preferences. In addition to’s user friendly subscriber intelligence tools, the company offers complimentary, on-site prospecting training to hotel sales teams looking to increase business.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 31, 2009 at 6:10 pm
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