Manchester Sales Training Expert speaks at Ultimate Business Seminar

Manchester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 19, 2008 -- Stockport-based Andy Preston of Outstanding Results will be helping attendees to get more comfortable, confident and motivated to sell their products or services to the world through his seminar “If you can’t sell, there’s no point being in business”, which takes place on the show’s opening day on Friday 21st November.

Preston, an internationally renowned sales trainer, founder of Outstanding Results and the UK’s first Sales Training Breakfast Club, will be addressing issues such as why people fail in sales and how to overcome the fear of cold calling and believes that now is the time for businesses to take action and get ready to take 2009 by storm with a new, positive approach to driving their business forward, despite the continuing credit crunch.

“Many people have succumbed to the mindset that as we are in a recession, people won’t be buying, and so there’s no point in me trying to sell to them as they’ll just say no. This really couldn’t be further from the truth and people are still buying and will continue to do so! If anything, they are simply a little more choosy with who they do business with, which is why your selling skills have never been more crucial in getting ahead during the crunch”, explains Preston, a former Sales Director with over a decade of experience in the sales industry.

Preston will be speaking alongside top experts including top Tony Robbins’ trainer Keith Cunningham, and New York Times Bestselling Author Loral Langemeier at the three day event, organised by NLP specialists Christopher Howard Events.

The Ultimate Business Seminar, will take place from 21-23rd November 2008 at The Ibis Hotel, Earls Court, London. For more information visit [].


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