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MHEDA - Sales Manager Conference ?The Sales Professional
Chicago, United States - 17th and 18th October 2003
Conference / congress

Who is teaching - Don Buttrey, VP of Butler Learning
Who should attend - Sales Managers and Sales Executives
This program features a paragon or model of excellence for The Material Handling Sales Professional.  By defining the primary activities of salespeople under their direction, sales managers can develop their own model of expectations for their account managers.

After each session, selected participants will make Best Practices presentations to the group.  Custom 10-15 minute assignments of Best Practices will be given before the seminar to distributor sales leaders who have developed outstanding solutions to a particular topic in the session.  The goal is sharing, networking and application specific to the material handling industry.

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Date(s):
17th and 18th October 2003

Venue:
Holiday Inn O’Hare International (Chicago, IL)

Program:
Session 1 ?The Sales Professional ? Session 2 ?Evaluates Accounts Session 3 ?Plans Strategies Session 4 ?Sells Growth Session 5 ?Protects Profits Session 6 ?Reports Actions

Ticketing:
Early Bird Member - $595 (before August 17) Member - $645 (after August 17) Non-Member $795

http://www.mheda.org
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