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I’ve recently been introduced to the Small Business Center at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) in Charlotte. The Small Business Center has an entire program dedicated to entrepreneurs…for free. That’s right – if you want to learn more about starting your own business, how to file your corporate taxes, or even talk to a career coach one-on-one, the program is entirely free.

I’ve been fortunate to attended several of their workshops over the past couple of months, and tonight have the opportunity to collaborate with Michael R. Moore in his seminar on The Art of the Sale. Michael is a professional speaker, workshop facilitator, and business coach. His business Mastering The Main Thing focuses on helping entrepreneurs understand the true purpose behind their business in order to achieve success beyond profits. He’s asked me to chime in during his seminar and talk about technology and sales.

While I’ve never been a salesperson, I’ve worked with dozens of clients on the technical aspects of their sales process and making sure the right systems and processes are in place. Tonight, I’ll be sharing about how to track prospects by stage and status as they move through the sales cycle. I’ll also touch on lead nurturing the process of nurturing leads with relevant messaging until they are ready to make a purchase.

If you’re in the Charlotte area, join us at The Art of the Sale at CPCC at 6:30pm:

The Art of the Sale – SBX 8059
Would you like to increase your sales? Come learn what you need to know and master about selling to increase your sales success. Transform the way you approach sales in your small business or career to help you close more deals, sell more products or services and strive to exceed your sales goals.

4/24/3012 – 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Sec. 501 W
Central Campus

Jen Stretch

Jen Stretch is a marketing professional with a decade of web-based technical experience. Her core competencies include and marketing automation consulting, implementation, and training. She is a certified Administrator with five years of marketing automation experience.

Jen is also a enthusiastic cyclist and applies the same competitive spirit that she has on the bike to push businesses out of their comfort zone and beyond their perceived finish line.

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