Bring in MORE Business! Closing The Deal Sales Training ~ 8/11/12


When Your Phone Rings, You Need to Know How to CLOSE the DEAL!

Closing the Deal Sales Training
Maximizing Your Effectiveness From Introduction to Close

With the US economy in a slight improvement, experts say recovery could depend on the growth of small businesses, which is the focus of our upcoming seminar. 2012 Business Boot Camp Series will present its fourth Business Workshop on Saturday, August 11, 2012 at Crowne Plaza Perimeter Galleria, 6345 Powers Ferry Road NW, Atlanta, Georgia, 30339, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. For travel instructions, program details and registration, please go to and click on “2012 Business Boot Camps, Workshops and Seminars”.

The net job creation in the state of Georgia has been totally due to the growth of small businesses and large corporations laying off as many as they hire. Small businesses create two out of every three jobs in this country. So our recovery depends on them.The August 11, 2012 business seminar where you can “Train with Our Experts and Improve Your Market Position” is built on the premise that buying decisions always involves communication between two sides–your Sales Solution meeting the needs of the buyer. Effective communication is key to whether you are selling ideas, products, or services.

Seminar attendees will be taught how to manage the conversation from beginning to close using techniques developed by Mr. Saxton for the IBM Corporation. The result of this training produced the best sales people in the industry. In the seminar, we identify the seven elements of the sales conversation and how to use new techniques to reach your ultimate goal.

Learn how to close your sales calls and bring in more business.

Organizer, Jaunta J. Rudison, a business consultant who specializes in business plans to secure venture capital says, “The 2012 Business Boot Camp Series will allow small to mid-size business owners the opportunity to learn new business concepts and strategies, develop an effective business plan, and to build relationships with  financial backers.”

Business owners can participate in this great opportunity by purchasing tickets for the discounted price of $40.00 using the discount code (40dollar).

Vendor tables and press packages will be made available upon request. Contact Jaunta J. Rudison at (678) 889-2249 or for additional details and location information. Visit our Website at for more details and registration.

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Jaunta J. Rudison, CEO and Founder of Rudison’s Enterprises, Inc.
Rudison’s Enterprises, Inc. specializes in management consulting and the professional aspects of business development. They have developed a strategy through seminar training for teaching business sense in laymen’s terms and are interested in encouraging entrepreneurs to develop their business concepts through professional training and interaction with corporate masters in the business arena. The Boot Camp Series will allow business owns to optimize their growth, network with fellow entrepreneurs, and provide them the opportunity to benefit directly from successful professional business owners.

Phillip Saxton, President and owner of MiTowne Business Services
Mr. Saxton is dedicated to helping small businesses in business development, advertising, marketing and sales generation. He concentrates his efforts in both one-on-one training and group sales training because his observation is that lack of sales ability is the primary reason for businesses failure. He has trained thousands of sales people in the art of making a sales call. He was an Education Center manager for IBM where he helped develop detailed sales methodologies that the company used in training sales people and sales engineers from all over the world. Mr. Saxton also developed the Logical Selling Process which provided IBM sales people with a great advantage over competitors. Attendees who participate in this training program will learn how to “close the deal” and gain a competitive edge in the marketplace.

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  1. PYNTK

    So many times ... I've heard people say, "I got a lot of calls, but I didn't get any business." It could be that they needed a little more sales training. Each time your phone rings, it's an opportunity to make a sale.


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