March 26 – The Art of Sales – Toronto

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Interested in attending The Art of Sales for free? One Degree is giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky reader. Invite a colleague – send your two top salespeople – bring a student – it's up to you!

Here's how to enter:

  1. Visit the Art of Sales Toronto site and check out the speaker list.
  2. Leave a comment on this post by 5pm PST on March 10 telling us which speaker you're most interested in seeing and why.
  3. We'll announce the winner via random draw on March 12.

Update: Whew – we have our winners: Lin (aka Muskoka), who could only use one ticket, so we then drew Orlena's name for the other. Congrats to both of you. Thanks to everyone for entering! And many thanks to the Art of Sales folks!!

There will also be The Art of Sales events in Montreal (May 4th) and Calgary (June 12th) and we'll be giving away a pair of tickets to each of those too. So stay tuned!

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7 thoughts on “March 26 – The Art of Sales – Toronto

  1. Roman

    I would like see Jeffrey Gitomer, because when I was a young sales rep his “Sales Bible” helped me a lot. Now when I run my own company I give every sales rep a copy of the book when they start with us.

  2. muskoka

    Good Day!
    Frankly, all the speakers are worth the trip down the highway and the hotel bill! BUT JEFFREY GITOMER ON
    Thank you.

  3. Darryl

    I definitely would want to see Jeffrey Gitomer. Every morning I read his newsletter and blog, I purchased his Little Red Book of Selling, several CD’s…Yeah, I’m a fan. He gives great “real world” tips and has an entertaining writing style.

  4. Ernesta

    It would be great to hear Frances Cole Jones speak on personal presence and making an impact with people at every interaction!! Thanks!

  5. Jo Delve

    Frances Cole Jones has a key topic in her outline:”How to maximize your time and message in meetings “. Think of the effectiveness advantage on this one. I’d love to see her at the event!!!

  6. Orlena Lee

    I would love to see Julie Morgenstern. I first heard about her when my husband brought home a DVD by her on how to organizing the clutter in our home and she gave some excellent tips. Frankly, I see a lot of disorganized people in my workplace. I would like to come to the talk, take some notes, and bring it back to work where I can give a talk during our office’s All Hands meeting. I am sure my colleagues can benefit from a few tips.

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