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Sales Training by Design Launches New Programs

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The company, under the direction of Patrick Quigley, has launched four core training programs for the pest management industry.

| August 17, 2012

SICKLERVILLE, N.J. —Sales Training by Design has launched four core training programs for the pest management industry. According to Patrick Quigley, president of Sales Training by Design, these new options are available immediately and will help strengthen the delivery of business consultation and advice for pest control companies.

The four programs include:

One on One A virtual consulting program that helps clients solve challenges and overcome hurdles quickly via phone, text and email correspondence.

Retainer Solutions Remote sales management and business development advice in which Mr. Quigley is hired on retainer to work closely with owners and their employees.

Value Plus Training Programs Customized, live and in person, Quigley delivers a variety of custom training programs on subjects ranging from residential and commercial sales to goal setting, time management, productivity and more.

Next Level Coaching A 12-month coaching program that puts PMPs on the fast track to higher profits, according to Quigley, who added, “This program is for owners who want to take their business from $250,000 to $500,000; $500,000 to $1 million; $1 million to $3 million; $3 million to $10 million – or more.”

Quigley added, “I created these new training and coaching programs to not only benefit the PMP owner but anyone in their organization (sales reps, managers, CSR’s, & technicians) looking to meet and exceed their career goals and business objectives.”

The new programs utilize technology such as video conferencing, Skype, GoToMeeting, Instant Messaging and Smartphone’s, giving owners and their employees open access and fast answers to solve problems and challenges.

For more information visit www.salesbydesign.com or call Patrick Quigley toll free at 877/397-5287.

 

 

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