Learn How to Increase Your Sales, No Matter What You Are Selling

While the state of our economy continues to suffer, many motivated individuals are determined to succeed anyways. Inspirational speaker Ursula Mentjes is doing her best to coach people and businesses in this right direction through her seminars and published works.

Fortunate for Menifee, the National Association for Female Executives will be hosting Mentjes this Wednesday, February 8th at their 11:30 am luncheon. She will primarily cover the principles of selling as well as how to double your sales in the coming year.

Mentjes is armed with tools to help your business significantly increase sales while minimizing effort and stress and still maintaining optimum ethical values. Her interactive style affords attendees the ability to learn and apply the techniques as they pertain to each individual’s situation or business.

As the founder of Sales Coach Now, an acclaimed inspirational speaker, certified sales coach, and the author of “Selling with Intention” and “One Great Goal,” Mentjes is an official expert in boosting sales.

Aside from her accomplishments, diplomas, and credentials she has also held the presidential position of the Inland Empire chapter of the National Association of Women’s Business Owners.

The luncheon promises to provide the extra dose of spark and enthusiasm we all could use now and again to get us going and keep us reaching higher. Come by for a bite and learn how to increase you sales, no matter what you are selling.

Tickets for the seminar are $10 for NAFE members, and $15 for non-members. Payments can be made with cash or check to Robbie Motter. Meal selection and payment are purchased separately through Boston Billie’s.

For more information contact NAFE Regional Coordinator, Robbie Motter at (951) 679-8048 or by email at rmotter@aol.com.

Event: Boosting Sales Speaker, Ursula Mentjes
Host: National Association for Female Executives
When: Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 11:30 am
Where: Boston Billie’s-26850 Cherry Hills Blvd, Menifee, CA




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