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How closely aligned are your people's competences with the activities they need to do day to day? What makes your best people so successful? Can your sales team effectively implement your sales strategy? Evaluating competence will help you answer these questions - Sales Evaluator.
Plan and implement effective sales strategies in 2018

Plan and implement effective sales strategies in 2018

Develop an effective sales activity management methodology with Mercuri's Sales Leadership Planning training course on February 6th -7th. This course is for all Sales Directors and Sales Managers who lead and manage a sales team.
Sales Development Programme of the Year!

Sales Development Programme of the Year!

Great result for the Virgin Holidays "Selling At My Best" programme at the 2017 BESMA Awards. Discover why delegates left the programme feeling so energized.
Simply outstanding customer service by Electrolux

Simply outstanding customer service by Electrolux

Teams excited and engaged about Customer Service at the Electrolux Academy. Mercuri work with Electrolux on a programme designed to grow their new team members, retain and develop their talented sales and service teams.
Join us at the National Sales Conference

Join us at the National Sales Conference

Come and talk to us about Social Selling in the Sales Process. From new customer acquisitions to Key Account Management, find out where social selling makes sense. We look forward to seeing you there.

Taking Sales to a Higher Level

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Top performing sales teams have....

  • 69% more training
  • 25% more productive managers
  • 72% more coaching
  • 41% more review time.

Receive the Sales Excellence Survey 2017 infographic from Mercuri.

Do you often wonder:

  1. How do some companies excel in sales?
  2. What drives their success regardless of sector, size or economic conditions?
  3. Do their stories offer insights that can help replicate their success?

 

Have you faced situations like these?

  • John, Territory Manager for a large consumer durable distributor is puzzled. Having promoted Michael, his Sales Rep from South Region, John had brought in Robert, to replace Michael. It has been six months, and John is worried as sales are down. Robert had this to say by way of an explanation – “There is something wrong with the South market. I keep meeting customers who don’t know exactly what they want and what kind of solution will meet their needs. I have to constantly overcome objections from current and potential customers”. John had never heard Michael have issues with the market. In fact, Michael had always said that he meets customers who are receptive and open and are fully aware of their needs and solutions. What do you think is happening here?
  • ABC Inc is a large computer hardware manufacturer that caters to institutional customers. Their sales portfolio is sizeable and made up of small and large value clients. Peter has come in as their new Head of Sales, and he has been asked to review the Sales Organization Structure. Peter finds that the sales people are deployed by regions. His CEO says that Peter should look at alternative ways of structuring. He wants Peter to benchmark the best in the industry and take a decision. What options does Peter have? 

Uncovering Secrets of Sales Excellence

  • Is Sales Excellence a function of strategy, process, structure or people? One of these? Some of these? All of these?  Or is it something more?
  • What drives sales excellence across organizations irrespective of size, industry, geography and economic conditions? 
  • What makes sales leaders tick?

Contact Mercuri to receive a copy of the sales survey - In search of answers to these questions and more, Mercuri International undertakes periodic worldwide surveys. The latest of these – the Sales Excellence Survey 2017 - commissioned in mid-2016, uncovers some of the secrets of sales excellence from top performing companies across 20 countries and 12 industry categories, involving 926 respondents over 80 percent comprising CEOs and Sales Managers.