On Tuesday 18th September in St Kilda Lee Andrikopoulos will present a full day event on The Emotional Sale.
Sell without Selling Out is designed for business owners and their staff, who don’t want a ‘hard sell’ approach but do want to increase their average. Learn how this is possible with The Emotional Sale, a proven sales process that focuses on educating your client. The client does not see what you see when they look at an image. Lee’s presentation is dynamic and entertaining but most of all will give you the confidence to ‘sell without selling out’.
- The journey starts from the first enquiry
- Understand what your clients want
- Build desire at every stage of the customer experience
- Negotiation and objection dealing
- All this = happy client & happy photographer!
If you are ready to take your sales to the next level – book now. Tix $159 including lunch and refreshments. Complete the form below to pay via PayPal. For more information call 03 8819 0502.
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Lee and his staff have enabled us to go from $300 to our very first sale after training being $1800! That was an amazing turnaround for us. The confidence and mindset that Lee embedded in both my photographers and sales staff has been invaluable. I highly recommend Lee for any motivation staff training that you are considering. Kerry Beever, The Melba Studios
Many thanks Lee, LOTS of specifics – not wishy-washy generalisations. Great to hear the stories based on EXPERIENCE, not theory. Paul Fenn, Whitehead Studios
Engaging and energetic presenter, delivering a clear & concise set of tools for the emotional sale. Lee makes the why & the how of his method achievable for all. Eric, Athen Studios
I thought the seminar was perfect for helping me identify areas in my presentations that could use improvement. Lee’s presentation style was very energetic and lively giving us both an entertainment value as well as an education. Having analysed the sales process in depth and specifically within the photographic industry, Lee gave me a lot of food for thought that I will be “chewing” on for some time to come. David Gross, Zojo Photography