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Chamber presentation – Boost your sales through telemarketing.

Posted on: 16 April 2015

Chamber presentation – Boost your sales through telemarketing

On the 15th April, Chris Walthew our Managing Director, spoke at the Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce event held in the Oliver Cromwell Hotel in March. His main role was to speak to attendees about how they can use telemarketing to boost their sales.

In his presentation he covered the following areas:

• Why telemarketing is such an effective way to generate sales

• What sort of businesses are best suited to using telemarketing

• When telemarketing is not suitable for companies to use

• The 3 key ingredients to successful telemarketing:

1. Having credit ambassadors represent you on the phone

2. Targeting the right prospects

3. A relevant call approach

Chris was grateful to have the chance to speak to a full room of Chamber members who had plenty of questions and opinions on the subject for telemarketing. We are now talking to a number about running potential telemarketing campaigns for them.

If you would like to find out more about how telemarketing can boost your sales or to receive a copy of the presentation, please contact us on 0844 539 9712 or by email.

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Posted: 16 April 2015 | B2B Marketing, Blog, Events, Telemarketing

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