Truth is, selling is becoming increasingly necessary and a real competitive advantage in a world of creative entrepreneurship and striking out on your own because chances are you will not have a sales team pitching and promoting your work for you.
Possibly you feel like the practice of selling is too foreign or brings up images of a sleazy car dealer. But selling doesn’t require you to be someone who you’re not. In fact, it commands the opposite that you be true to yourself and your passions.
As creatives, it is easy for us to think that doing quality work will be enough to get new business. Not quite, we need to open the door to the world so that our ideas and creations are known, because if we make something and nobody’s there to see, why did we create in the first place?
Whether you are a seasoned entrepreneur or starting a new business, Andrew Ettenhoffer, Consultant and Sales Coach, will offer tips to find good ways to get leads, convert leads into sales, and make sure you keep getting repeat sales from your customers.
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Andrew Ettenhofer, Sales Coach | Business Development Consultant | Event Strategist | Culinarian | Andrew has been described as a renaissance man. In other words, he is an intellectual generalist accomplished in many areas and successful at most things to which he puts his energies. Andrew got his “informal” sales training through years of sales leadership roles in various events and media companies. Working with smaller companies, he wore many hats and developed a holistic approach to business development. He specializes in creating sales teams that harmonize individual strengths. Working in creative fields has also made Andrew a strategic thinker when it comes to marketing and events. He deeply believes he should leave the world better than when he entered it, and so he is guided by a deep respect for humanity and for the environment.