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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Sales Training: Techniques for a Human-Centric Sales Process par HubSpot Academy

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À propos du cours

This course will teach you an inbound approach to sales that focuses on being helpful, not salesy. By the end of this course, you'll be able to prospect for new business, qualify for high-quality prospects, book meetings with decision makers, handle buyer's objections, and negotiate and close a deal. By following this process, you'll be able to jumpstart your career in sales with tactical tips and advice to run an effective sales playbook. Free accounts you'll need to go through this course: - HubSpot Academy: https://hubs.ly/H0dM-NY0 - LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com - Gmail: https://google.com/mail/ - About.me: https://about.me/...

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NE

22 oct. 2020

very practical. highly recommended, i rarely give reviews but when I do it really helps, it may not be from a famous institution but it is very practical if you are doing network marketing.

SS

6 avr. 2020

my experience with coursera was amazing....thrilled as well with the insights being shared by the team

will definitely recommend it to my colleagues as well...thanks

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par Robyn D

26 mars 2019

Very informative course, found it very interesting and helpful.

par Malik K M

6 janv. 2018

Good courser but only suitable where your customer are hightech

par Sajjad A M

12 avr. 2020

very helpful and makes more encourage with regards to the

par MAUSAM M

31 déc. 2018

excellent experience of learning .

par shakeb a

9 nov. 2020

The course is really good

par Varsha M

7 mai 2018

Need More Practicals

par Maniraja M

16 juin 2020

Great to proceed.

par Mohd A

5 août 2020

Good

par Shubham D

3 juil. 2020

If want a certificate then go for it. Nothing in this

par Nicolai B

27 mai 2020

It's basically an advertisement for Hubspot.