The ISMM (The Institute of Sales & Marketing Management) has announced that this year’s Successful Selling conference will also be supported by training business Matrix Achievement, represented in the UK by Aspire Sales Force Development.
Matrix Achievement join sales-i as partners for the event with news to follow of the final partner business to this years’ Successful Selling conference, the UK’s largest conference for sales professionals. Sales Directors and Managers from around the UK, and from some of the largest businesses on the planet, attend Successful Selling, giving massive opportunity to share best practice and bring forward the professionalisation of sales in the UK.
Ben Turner, Sales Director of the ISMM commented “We couldn’t be happier with this partnership with Matrix Achievement and Aspire, they offer fantastic solutions having trained over 21,470 sales professionals, 2,340 managers whilst maintaining a 90.47% client satisfaction rate over 11 years”
Nigel Hircock (MD Aspire SFD Ltd) commented ”we are very proud to become a partner with the ISMM for this years conference and excited to introduce our range of innovative development solutions that are already proving to be highly successful in various parts of the world, we truly believe that real development is beyond a training event and our focus is on providing our clients with the ability to maximize their return on investment opportunity through the use of our technology”
“Matrix Achievement are perfect partners for Successful Selling, they are a business that supports the development of the sales profession on both sides of the Atlantic and beyond, their values and beliefs reflect the increased professionalism of sales people with models that are accessible to all businesses” continued Ben.
Successful Selling will be taking place at the Ricoh Arena on the 17th October and will have headline speakers Lord Digby Jones and England 2003 Rugby World Cup Winner Will Greenwood. The event is the premier event for sales professionals across the UK and will also include sessions from Assistant Professor of Marketing from the London Business School, Marco Bertini and many others.