HSMAI’s Sales Advisory Board has created a three-part series to help sales hunters improve their skills and increase their value to organizations, beginning with a checklist of best practices, followed by advice on developing prospecting skills, and now including this list of strengths to look for when hiring a sales hunter.
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What knowledge, skills, and experience do many successful sales hunters have? These seven competencies from HSMAI’s Sales Advisory Board will give you a solid foundation.
HSMAI’s Sales Advisory Board (SAB) is developing resources to help hospitality organizations that are gearing up to bring back staff and hire for new positions, including sales hunters. The SAB created a three-part series to help sales hunters improve their skills and increase their value to organizations — beginning with this checklist.
Cindy Novotny, 2019 HSMAI Sales Lifetime Achievement Award winner, provides exclusive insights for HSMAI members on how to be scrappy and build relationships to succeed in sales today.
Right now, hunters are desperately needed, according to HSMAI’s Sales Advisory Board, who on a recent call discussed what makes a good hunter and why this type of salesperson is so valuable right now.
As part of its Confronting Coronavirus: What’s Next? webinar series, HSMAI hosted a sales-focused program on April 7. Ed Skapinok, immediate past chair of HSMAI’s Sales Advisory Board, and Amy Infante, CEO of GitGo, presented research and opinions on what hospitality sales professionals can focus on to drive the quickest recovery possible
The rise of RFP engines and distribution channels has drastically changed the landscape of hotel group business. While these are important, necessary tools for hotels and meeting planners alike, they’ve…
Why meetings market data intelligence is a hotel’s answer to more successful prospecting — and a smarter long-term strategy for group sales. an HSMAI and Knowland White Paper. Download the…
Sales managers should examine the daily schedules of their sales team members and find out what tasks and responsibilities can be removed from their schedules so they can spend more time on sales.
Three reasons better prospecting in sales means slowing down. Read the Selling Power article.