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How to Increase Your Market Share – March & April Lunch n’ Learns

Upcoming Lunch N’ Learn Workshops for March & April

$10 per person/per workshop – includes materials and lunch

Reserve your spot 715.532.2642 or aalbarado@ruskcountywi.us

 

How to Increase Your Market Share

Part 1: How to Obtain Market Dominance  

Thursday, March 24, 2016 – 11:00 am – 1pm  – Pioneer Bank Community Room

This workshop is the first part of a series of two workshops.   This workshop series is for owners, entrepreneurs, marketing and sales team members or anyone who is interested in increasing their businesses market share.  In this seminar you will learn:

  • 3 Essential ways to obtain market dominance
  • 2 Critical problems in all organizations
  • 4 Key strategies for increasing market share
  • How to identify your target market
  • How to determine your market differentiators
  • Competitor analysis
  • How to develop your proven process

 

Part 2: Are Your Sales Growing or Shrinking?    

Thursday, April 21, 2016 – 11:00 am – 1pm  – Pioneer Bank Community Room

In this seminar you will learn:

  • 5 Weaknesses of salespeople
  • 4 Critical traits of successful salespeople
  • Developing your sales process
  • Accountability to achieve your sales vision

The workshop presenter, Dave Kochendorfer, Principal of Achieve Results assists entrepreneurs, business owners, managers and leadership teams achieve market share growth profitably.  David has led and assisted businesses and business units achieve market growth two to three times the industry average while improving margins even during the most recent recession.  Achieve Results utilizes a simplistic holistic process to achieve alignment and accountability in the organization to assist in improving market share profitably, and believes in keeping it simple versus complicating – less  is more.

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