Alison Edgar is The Entrepreneur’s Godmother and Managing Director of Sales Coaching Solutions. Alison has developed a fresh new approach to sales training and coaching, teaching start-ups, micro’s and small businesses to sell more of their fantastic products and services through her Easy Peasy Sales course.
Alison has been recognised as one of the UK’s top 10 business advisors and was invited to attend the Queen’s Royal Garden party for her dedication to Enterprise. She won GB Entrepreneur of the Year special merit for service award in 2015 and is a Small Business Saturday and Enterprise Nation champion. She is regularly featured in national press and radio as a sales expert and has repeatedly contributed to BBC Breakfast. She was also most recently named in Richtopia’s Top 100 Most Influential Entrepreneurs in Britain.
How small businesses can utilise technology and emotional intelligence to increase sales
Alison’s session will focus on how small businesses can utilise technology and emotional intelligence to increase sales. It will include a breakdown of different behaviour types using DISC, how emotional intelligence can be used on LinkedIn to build relationships and generate sales and how to implement emotional intelligence into online engagement strategies for lead generation
Bryony Thomas is the multi-award winning creator of the Watertight Marketing methodology, captured in the best-selling book of the same name. This powerful and practical approach is being used by over 1000 businesses to drive sustainable sales growth.
There's a hole in your bucket, dear business
In this phenomenally practical and powerful session, Bryony skilfully guides you to assess your growing business against the Thirteen Touchpoint Leaks™, so that you leave the session with a clear priority action plan for profitable growth.
SIX business growth experts reveal how to unlock accelerated growth for your business - without risking your assets (money) or your lifestyle
Who should attend?
Owners and directors of small to medium sized business, including start-ups, who are frustrated by the lack of income and profit growth.