Learn the art of social selling
Wednesday 28 April 2021
Learn how to build relationships and turn those relationships into business opportunities.
This online workshop is being delivered as part of the ASBAS Digital Solutions program. To learn more about the program, click here.
To successfully register for this online workshop, you must fit the eligibility criteria below:
Please note: Participants of the ASBAS Digital Solutions program can access up to 30 contact hours. This includes free workshops and webinars, and paid mentoring.
**If you have any questions please call MIC on (03) 94901402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org**
Social selling involves developing relationships as part of the sales process. It utilises social media to find and connect with sales prospects, imprinting your brand on their radar so your business comes to mind when they’re ready to buy. Leveraging your personal brand via LinkedIn is an effective social selling strategy.
LinkedIn is an often-underutilised social platform, but in this session our presenter will discuss effective ways to enhance your profile, leverage it to connect with prospective clients and partners, build relationships, and turn them into opportunities.
In this workshop, we will cover:
Please note: Attendees who have successfully registered to attend will receive an email from Eventbrite in the 24 hours prior to the event with a link to the webinar.
ABOUT THE ASBAS DIGITAL SOLUTIONS PROGRAM
The Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) program provides low-cost, high-quality digital advisory services to small businesses across Victoria.
The program is being delivered by Melbourne Innovation Centre and concludes on the 30th of June 2021.
The program supports your online business needs by offering the following:
How much will the program cost? - The ASBAS Digital Solutions program is free, with the paid add-on option of mentoring. Registration grants you access to 30 contact hours of workshops, webinars, and—if you choose to utilise this paid add-on service—mentoring.
Am I eligible? - To access the ASBAS Digital Solutions program, you must be operating for-profit in Victoria and have under 20 full-time equivalent employees. Sole traders can also access the program. Your business must have an ABN.
How do I sign up?
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