Sealing the Deal

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Yvette Gavin

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First time sellers and small business entrepreneurs often aren’t comfortable with sales. Many say selling their products and services makes them feel pushy. It takes on the average about seven second to make a first impression. If the feeling is ‘I don’t want to be pushy,’ you’re most likely not going to make a great first impression with a potential client. But, when we make a great first impression clients are more likely to take your small or big business seriously. Join me for a talk on how to sell and seal the deal. I will share with you tips on how to get from A to Z and attract investors, top talent and close the deal by leading with executive presence and connecting.

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