Are you considering discounting your fee? Well, with suitable prospects in place, you don’t have to do that. Such is the theory of Mark Hunter. Through his talks, he challenges sales teams to create a culture and environment in which they (as well as their prospects) can feel motivated. Under his belt are 15-plus years of experience in the corporate world, serving in senior positions for numerous employers. As such, he gathered enough for himself (and, of course, others) in terms of sales experience. He has led, controlled, and directed hundreds of sales teams for these companies to ensure success.
Why you should book Mark Hunter for your next event
- Mark is the founder of Sales Hunter University, which focuses on sales training for teams, managers, and driven individuals. You definitely want to have such a high-profile figure speak at your event.
- Mark’s entire work is client-centric, and he does this for one simple reason: every client has unique opportunities and challenges. Your company deserves a keynote speech tailored specifically to your needs.
- Thanks to his background as a sales executive in the corporate market, he understands perfectly the issues that organisations face; expect him to hit the nail on the head.
As well as working in the corporate market, Mark has been a sales coach, speaker, and consultant for over two decades. During this time, he has created a reliable approach that helps companies and salespeople worldwide to succeed.
As an author that stands out, some of his must-reads include High-Profit Prospecting and High-Profit Selling. These pieces are evidence of Mark’s unwavering zeal in demonstrating that companies can close more sales despite high prices. This can be achieved if sales teams target high-quality prospects.
Now, switching gears to his keynotes, some of the most prominent ones include:
Sales is Leadership/Leadership is Sales: In this keynote, Mark believes that salespeople who act like leaders are indeed seen as leaders and go a long way in developing better customers. When companies develop this leadership attitude across their entire sales teams, they can experience a dramatic impact on the bottom line.
High-Profit Prospecting: Driving Breakthrough Results: Mark bases this keynote on his book, High-Profit Prospecting. Here, the speaker opines that the quest for prospects and leads is a battle that never ends; it is continuous. Salespeople tend to blame everything on themselves for their own undoing in relation to prospecting.
See keynotes with Mark Hunter