Want Better Sales in the New Year? Darden School Executive Education to Host 2014 Webinar on Product Launches
Source Newsroom: University of Virginia Darden School Foundation
Newswise — The higher the enthusiasm for a new product, the more effort a salesperson will put into selling it, right?
If you answered the question "yes," you are wrong.
On Wednesday, 8 January 2014, University of Virginia Darden School of Business Professor Tom Steenburgh and his colleague and co-researcher Professor Michael Ahearne, faculty member at the C.T. Bauer College of Business, University of Houston, will co-host the free, live webinar "New Product Selling: What Works."
During this event, Steenburgh and Ahearne will dispel some of the myths behind what works when selling new products to potential clients and consumers. Their research-supported approaches may surprise you.
The two professors conduct research on sales and marketing. Specifically, they examine ways for firms to motivate sales teams and measure the impact of their sales efforts.
Participants will learn:
Why conventional approaches to selling new, innovative products are ineffective.
Ways to manage the sales process that have the potential to revamp new product launches.
How sales trainers and content marketers are adapting to the new reality of product
launches with more effective business communications.
Want to Interact With Steenburgh and Ahearne in Person?
In this Executive Education course, participants will develop sales strategies to attract customers and cultivate relationships with them in ways that provide sustainable, long-term growth.
About the Darden School of Business
The University of Virginia Darden School of Business is one of the world's leading business schools, offering MBA, Ph.D. and Executive Education programs. The unique Darden experience combines the case study method, top-ranked faculty whose research advances global managerial practice and business education, and a tight-knit learning environment to develop responsible and complete leaders who are ready to make an impact.
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