Produce Sales Training
June 12-13, 2017 | Chicago, IL
Co-Located with the United Fresh Convention!
The United Fresh Produce Sales Training teaches fundamental selling skills and techniques for up-and-coming produce sales staff who want to deepen their knowledge of the sales process.
The course is designed specifically for sales professionals in the produce industry who are new to the industry or have a few years of experience and want to further their expertise. Attendees will learn basic key objectives such as how to identify customer needs, how to engage customers, and how to close a sale. The course is limited to 20 participants.
The 1.5 day customized course will be highly interactive covering such topics as:
• How to identify customer needs
• How to engage the customer early in the process
• How to match products, benefits and needs
• How to overcome objections
• How to close
2017 Course Dates & Pricing
Chicago, IL (McCormick Place)
June 12-13, 2017
2017 REGISTRATION FEES
The June course takes place at McCormick Place and is co-located with the United Fresh Convention, June 13-15. Registration for this training class also includes a COMPLIMENTARY Trade Show Pass to the United Fresh convention.
|United Fresh Members||$1500 / participant|
|Non-Members||$1850 / participant|
Space in the course is limited to 20 registrants.
For more information, contact United Fresh Sr. Director of Education & Member Programs, Amanda Griffin, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.303.3412.
About the Trainer
The training program is presented by Jan Kessinger of Henderson Kessinger Consulting (HKC). HKC Inc. was founded in 1994 with a focus on creating sales with a commitment to meeting the needs of the customer. Jan specializes in delivering customized sales training programs and boasts a diverse portfolio of clients across myriad business sectors. He brings real-world experience to his training as a former buyer, salesperson and manager. He has a deep knowledge of the produce industry, with nearly two decades of experience at The Packer as sales director and associate publisher.