Plan ahead with our new programme of events for 2023

Plan ahead with our new programme of events for 2023

To give you chance to plan your diary, we are already taking bookings for a series of entertaining and thought-provoking events to start the new year.

As ever, we are hosting a wide range of subjects offering professional advice and guidance to help you improve the way you sell and build relationships with your customers.

Our events so far, include:

In Person vs Online..” Dr Rebecca Jackson and Alison Matthias consider how to make the best connection with your customers, whether meeting virtually or face to face, and how to decide which option is likely to be the most effective. Tuesday 17 January 2023, 09:00

https://members.the-isp.org/events/eventdetails.aspx?id=1687786

In “Facts Tell, Stories Sell..“ Francisco Mahfuz, explains why storytelling works and how you should use it to add value to your product or service.
Thursday 26 January 2023, 09:00
https://members.the-isp.org/events/eventdetails.aspx?id=1682155

And in “Pick Fights!..“ Mark Blackmore offers essential advice to make your business or your proposition stand out in a crowded marketplace. Wednesday 8 February 2023 | 09:00
https://members.the-isp.org/events/eventdetails.aspx?id=1687419

We also have further details of our pioneering workshops designed to transform the selling power of small businesses. These free classes, funded by the Department for Education, are being held at Basingstoke College of Technology, starting Tuesday 10 January 2023
https://members.the-isp.org/events/eventdetails.aspx?id=1688454
and Sparsholt College, Winchester on Thursday 19 January 2023.
https://members.the-isp.org/events/eventdetails.aspx?id=1673088

This small selection is just for starters. We are adding more events as details are confirmed, so to see the full list and to keep up with new additions click here: https://www.the-isp.org/events

During 2022 we have hosted almost 90 webinars and events and would like to thank our members and supporters for presenting the majority of these, and for being open to sharing their experience and professional advice.

Postive feedback

Annabelle Llanes, our head of events, said: “2022 has been a bumper year of webinars and other events and it has been great to be able to re-introduce some face-to-face meetings following successive pandemic lockdowns.

“At the same time, webinars continue to be very popular, so we are planning a strong programme of online seminars next year too. We recognise that for a lot of busy salespeople being able to log on from your desk for some insightful professional guidance first thing in the morning is a great start to the working day.

“Thank you so much if you have joined us for one or more of our events in the past 12 months. Your feedback has been very positive and is helping to guide who we are inviting to talk in 2023.

“A special thanks to all the inspirational presenters who have given up their time to speak at our events in 2022. We couldn’t have hosted such a great programme without your support, and your willingness to share your knowledge and expertise.

“And don’t forget that when you do join a webinar, or other event in 2023, please leave your comments so we can focus on the type of content and speakers you want to hear from as the year progresses.”


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