In this episode, Neil discusses how to secure sales growth from a sales territory. He suggests, that there are only two ways: get your existing clients to buy more or, get new clients. Both deliver growth, but which is the quickest and the most cost effective?
In this episode, Neil shares his three favourite closing techniques to use in the Salon Industry, that are comfortable, respectful and more importantly, work. The three types are the: Direct Close, Consultative Close and the Indirect Close. Neil breaks down all three and shares some simple yet effective examples for you to practice.
In this episode, Neil discusses how everyone needs to master closing a sale – no matter whether you’re selling to Beauty salons, Skin Clinics or owners of Hairdressing Salons or Spray Tan Salons. Through his work as a sales trainer, Neil’s discovered first-hand how some sales people get very uncomfortable when they’re approaching the time to close the sale. This podcast breaks down the issues associated with closing sales and introduces some simple, yet proven techniques to improve your rate of sales closes, in the Salon industry.
Neil discusses something that every B2B salesperson experiences – whether they’re selling to the hair, beauty or body industry. What’s that? Buying signals. And if they’re read and handled correctly, they can significantly shorten your sales process and take you from a sales presentation straight to a close, in a comfortable and respectful way.
Neil continues to unpack the most common question asked by B2B sales people in the Hair, Beauty & Body industries, being “How do I handle Sales Objections?” In this third episode on handling sales objections, he unpacks the third, ‘private’ layer of objections. This layer is where the highly skilled, work toward maximum persuasion in the sales conversation.
Sales objections can be highly frustrating for unskilled sales people, especially when you’re enthusiastically presenting your new retail range and you’re greeted with the obvious objection “We have heaps of retail… we don’t need anymore. “How do you respond to that?