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Published on: 2017-08-20     643 times read    0  Comments

Sales Summit 2017 Held

August 20: Growth Leadership Academy, a venture by Growth Sellers Pvt Ltd, organised the second edition of ‘Sales Summit 2017’ on August 18. The event held with the aim of enhancing skills of sales professionals saw the participation of around 250 plus sales professionals in the conference from across the country representing sectors including manufacturing, trading, corporate, IT, banking and financial institutes, construction, automotive, and others.

Author Tom Abbott gave a keynote speech on Sales Optimisation during the event. Similarly, many other prominent international and national experts including Ranjit Acharya, CEO of Prisma Advertising; Puneet Varshney, managing director of Bottlers Nepal Limited; Nirvana Chaudhary, managing director of Chaudhary Group and Raj Bahadur Shah, managing director of Jawalakhel Group of Industries were the speakers during the panel discussion.

“As sales are the backbone of every organization, it is vital to update the sales mechanism and enhance skills of sales professionals with cutting-edge technology and progressive management techniques,” said Mohan Ojha, director of Growth Leadership Academy. The title sponsor of the one-day summit was Kansai Nerolac Paints.  

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