Supercharge your sales strategy

Join our sales technique workshop and discover proven strategies to improve your sales and take your business to the next level.

In this dynamic and interactive workshop, we will empower you with the essential skills to boost your sales and become an expert in the art of engaging customer conversations. Our expert team will guide you through proven techniques and strategies that will revolutionise the way you interact with your customers.


Here's the exciting lineup of sessions at this event:

Elevate your solutions offering - Let us guide you towards mastering Print and Document Management solutions through comprehensive training, strategic sales and marketing techniques, and the invaluable support of our knowledgeable team.


Boost your sales - Learn fresh ways to approach sales and simple ways to improve success using engaging customer conversations.


Unleash the power of storytelling - Discover how the art of storytelling can captivate customers and shed light on the significance of DM in an engaging way.


Increase your odds - Learn about the wide range of training resources that can be utilised to give yourself an edge


Improving your business's image - How to elevate your brand using simple, achievable changes, and maximise the available marketing resources to enhance your professionalism and leave a lasting impression on your customers.


We'll wrap up the day with a relaxed networking session and  some refreshing drinks!

Event details:

Location: Engine Shed, Station Approach, Redcliffe, Bristol BS1 6QH

When: 11th October 2023

Starts: 12.15 (BST), 13.15 (CEST) (includes lunch!)

Ends: 16.00 (BST), 17.00 (CEST)

Don't forget to come with an appetite as we'll be serving a delicious lunch before the sessions begin! 


About the venue: The Engine Shed is a leading tech hub in Bristol; based next door to Bristol Temple Meads station it has excellent connections to the rest of the UK, it's just a 15-minute bus ride from Bristol airport. Or if you're driving, it is 800 meters from the M32 (3 miles to M4/M5) and has four car parks adjacent to the site.