OUTBOUND SALES WORKSHOP: How to pick up your phone and increase your sales in 90 days 

Cambridge Workbar: 9.30am-4.30pm, Friday, March 13th

A one-day sales workshop for entrepreneurs, consultants, business owners and business development teams

An intensive sales workshop on how to use questions, conversations and the telephone to bring more money into your business. Join us to: - Increase confidence in your telephone sales skills - Gain clarity on your sales process - Draft conversations to guide prospects through your sales process - Develop questions to engage with your prospects - Identify where to find relevant contacts, leads, and prospects - Create a detailed 90-day plan to TAKE ACTION and increase your sales

Join us to get clear on your sales process, target prospects, conversations and leave with an ACTION PLAN to drive sales

DRAFT: Create scripts, conversation starters, call openers, questions and topics you want to include on your sales calls, as well we how to handle pushbacks and objections

PLAN: Review your ideal prospect and discuss where to find leads, how to start sales conversations, and create qualifying questions

CREATE A 90-DAY ACTION PLAN: Leave with a detailed action plan on the next steps you will take - using all the conversation points, questions, and reserach completed during the day

Sign up now for the early-bird rate 

Early-bird ticket: $275 


Workshop Trainer: Hazel Butters 

Hazel is an outbound sales coach who helps entrepreneurs, startups and business development teams to be comfortable with outbound sales, gain confidence in conversations and to pick up the phone. More than 1,000 entrepreneurs have been through Hazel's 'Pick Up The Phone' workshops. 

Hazel grew her first seven-figure business using the phone and the telephone directory. Over 19 years she has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs and startups alongside Fortune 1000 technology companies including Adobe, BMC, CA, Dell, IBM, Oracle, and Siemens.


WHERE: Workbar, 45 Prospect St, Cambridge, MA 02139 WHEN: 9.30am-4.30pm, Friday, March 13th