Feb 4, 2021
According to Gartner only 17% of buyers’ time is spent speaking directly with suppliers.
What this means is that the people who buy training, coaching and facilitation do so when you are not there.
What they really want is to learn from people who are in the same job as them or the same industry as them.
They want to learn from their peers, from industry leaders, from thought-leaders.
What if you could facilitate an event where you get to learn exactly what your prospects and their peers are thinking?
This is where running a virtual round table for your facilitation business comes in
A virtual round table is not for your prospects and customers to learn from you
It’s for your prospects to learn from each other and for you to learn from them.
When the time is right, you can use this network and influence to help you sell your products and services.
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