The Other Side of Sales

The Other Side of Sales

Whether it is in sports, in games or in business, the ones who are most successful are often the ones who know how to think like their opponent. And especially in the continuously evolving world of buying and selling, will these insights truly make the difference. Want to put an end to lost sales or decreasing margins? Re-think the relationship with your buyer. In The Other Side of Sales author Mark Schenkius crosses over to the other side of the table and shares his secrets from almost two decades of experience in negotiations and procurement. The book even reveals what power the buyer and seller have in all possible situations and how sellers can act on this. By creating the right strategies, sellers can decide to use pressure or build a long-term relationship with buyers. Packed with new content, fresh insights and a unique set of 47 questions, this book is undeniably a game-changer for any sales professional.

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