Ignite 2018! – Salem, OR (evening)
Date(s) - 11/28/2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Have you realized that your “proven” sales techniques are not working, or at least they could use a little help? Now is the time to look ahead and IGNITE your new or existing business plans for 2018. Get a FREE two-hour taste of what most people running businesses don’t know about business and what retail store operators need to hear. Is Amazon cutting into your retail sales? Do you need to find and train the best employees? Are you trying to start a business? Addressing these key factors alone will improve your success! Popular with MBAs and business professors as well as mom-and-pop startups, what you learn for free will change what you thought you knew about business forever.
Josh Tolley will be giving a pro-bono seminar in Salem, OR. worth thousands of dollars, however, Josh not only wants to give back to the community by empowering businessmen and women, but he also wants to include real people in his next best seller, “Stop Selling – Start Selling”… and YOU might be one of them!
Topics will include:
- the difference between advertising and marketing
- why we avoid salespeople and how not to be one
- what makes sales really work
- why 80% of businesses are failing and how to really succeed
- and so much more!
Bring your questions and problems for world-class advice and follow-up. RSVP because space is limited, but if your business needs to improve from the slightest to the most, this class will help you thrive now and moving into 2018. Ask anyone who’s been to a seminar why Josh’s material is like no other sales training you’ve had, hands down!
Get yourself a free ticket and join us:
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
1300 Broadway St NE
Salem, OR 97301
- Josh Tolley: radio talk show host, author, behavioral strategist and expert coach to entrepreneurs
- Purple Monkey Garage
- Oregon Entrepreneurs Network
When: Tues., November 28th @ 6pm-8pm
Who: Nationally-Syndicated Talk Show Host & “Top 100 Business Trainer” Josh Tolley & Purple Monkey Garage Mechanic, Oregon – Eric Bergstrom