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
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At HSMAI’s Sales Leader Forum on Nov. 5–6, Cindy Novotny, managing partner at Master Connection Associates and recipient of HSMAI’s Award for Lifetime Achievement in Sales, presented a keynote address on “Sales Imperatives for Today’s World.” Here are four key takeaways.
At HSMAI’s Chief Sales Officer Executive Roundtable, held in conjunction with HSMAI’s Sales Leader Forum in Frisco, Texas, on Nov. 5–6, CSOs from hospitality brands, management companies, and owner groups engaged in a high-level conversation that included identifying some of the trends that have most surprised them this year. Here are four things they said are keeping them up at night.
“I’m truly a hospitality girl,” Cindy Novotny said in an interview with HSMAI. Never one to do things halfway, the hospitality girl will play a dual role at HSMAI’s Sales Leader Forum in Dallas on Nov. 5–6, serving as both emcee and a keynote speaker. Her topic: “Sales Imperatives for Today’s World.”
HSMAI recently sat down with renowned consultant, speaker, and author Scott Edinger to discuss his upcoming presentation a the HSMAI Sales Leader Forum and get his thoughts on the sales profession.
This approach gives sales teams and revenue managers the power to future-proof their jobs. This is done by enabling them to move beyond reactive strategies — inbound streams of RFPs…
Responding quickly to sales inquiries is not enough to stand out anymore. Sales leaders need to find ways to outsell the competition.
If you want to drive sales growth, you have to stop looking at your sales team and start looking at the ways you might be preventing your company from increasing…
Running a winning sales organization is far from easy. However, you can get there – provided you’re willing to adhere to six essential tips. Read the Selling Power article.
All things being equal, the sale always goes to the salesperson who has developed a relationship with the buyer. All things being unequal, this is also usually true. But developing profitable business relationships isn’t always easy.