Fundamentals of Salesmanship
by Norris Arthur Brisco
Publisher: D. Appleton and company 1921
Number of pages: 348
Salesmanship is no longer based upon guesswork, but upon knowledge. The explaining of the fundamental principles underlying salesmanship is the purpose of this book. They are not the result of theorizing, but the opposite, as they are the principles which have been worked out from analyzing the experiences of successful salespersons.
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by Jan Flamend - BookBoon
In this book you will find numerous answers to this question: What should I do in front of a customer? Even the most experienced sales person is not always sure if he is doing the right thing. In these training programs they learn to really do it.
by Senay Sabah (ed.) - InTech
Due to multidisciplinary and multimethod character of the concept of consumer behavior, it is appropriate to study it accordingly in order to understand the subject with its different aspects and holistically. This book is a modest try for that end.
by Andrew Whalley - Bookboon
At the heart of this book is the belief that to survive in today's competitive environment, irrespective of the type of business concerned, a focus on the needs of the customers is paramount -- if customer don't get what they want, they go elsewhere.
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