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Performing pre-sales activities to facilitate sales presentation. Unit 4 Objective 4.09-4.10. Identify SALES METHODOLOGIES used in SEM. SALES METHODOLOGIES. Full sales process used to generate revenue. PERSONAL SELLING.

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performing pre sales activities to facilitate sales presentation

Performing pre-sales activities to facilitate sales presentation

Unit 4

Objective 4.09-4.10

sales methodologies
SALES METHODOLOGIES

Full sales process used to generate revenue

personal selling
PERSONAL SELLING

Direct communication to inform and persuade customers to make purchase decisions

  • Determines client needs and responds through planned, personalized communication
    • Face to face or…
    • TELEMARKETING
      • Solicit customers to buy products over the phone
establishing a good relationship
ESTABLISHING A GOOD RELATIONSHIP
  • WHY?
    • Customers/fans have LONG-TERM LOYALTY
      • Supportive even with controversy or a losing season
  • HOW?
    • BUILD EMOTIONAL CONNECTIONS with customers
      • Spectators driven by the emotions and experiences
        • Influenced by tradition, attitude, and team performance
    • Provide customers/fans with what they want and expect
    • Treat them fairly
steps to effective sales openings
STEPS to EFFECTIVE SALES OPENINGS

You only have 1 chance to make a first impression!

  • KNOWyour customer before initial contact
    • RESEARCH their company website
  • Have a PLANED AGENDA to discuss
    • DON’T call without preparing what to say
  • CUSTOMIZE the sales script
    • Don’t read a general script for each customer
  • ASK OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS
    • Find out what customer needs/wants
  • CLOSING LINE: Ask for the SALE!

6. Be a GOOD LISTENER

quiz preview
Quiz Preview
  • #35 The W-S Dash set up a kiosk in Hanes Mall to meet and sell game tickets to interested shoppers. What sales method was used?
      • Telemarketing
      • Personal Selling
      • Direct Mail
      • Sales Promotion
  • #37 Ryan believes that establishing a relationship with customers is a key sales success. What is most likely to be Ryan’s goal when meeting a potential customer?
      • To identify how his sport/event product can meet the customer’s needs
      • To get the names and phone numbers of three of the customer’s friends
      • To set an appointment to meet with the customer at another time
      • To pressure the customer to purchase his sport/event product
unit 4 project part 8
Unit 4 Project Part 8
  • As the Marketing Coordinator of a NC Venue, it is your responsibility to establish a method for personal selling and creating long-term customer satisfaction for your upcoming event.
    • Slide 9: Personal Selling Method
      • How are you going to establish personal contact? (In person or over the phone?)
      • Write a script of what you would typically say to customers during your sales pitch
    • Slide 10: Customer Relationships
      • How will you develop long-term loyalty even through controversy or sub par performance?
      • How will your event/s help create an emotional connection with customers?
      • How will you provide customers with what they expect?
      • How will you make customers feel as though they are treated fairly?
  • Continue along with Unit 4 Project Part 7. Complete and submit to Edmodo by the end of class.
preparing sales presentations
PREPARING SALES PRESENTATIONS

There are four questions to be answered before you can begin to prepare:

  • Why are you saying it? - PURPOSE
  • To whom are you saying it? CUSTOMER PROFILE
  • What are you going to say?
    • CONTENT
    • WRITE A SCRIPT
  • How are you going to say it? - FORM
purpose
PURPOSE
  • Communicate Information
  • Make a Proposition/Sell a product or idea
  • To Inspire and Motivate
    • Generate enthusiasm
customer profile
CUSTOMER PROFILE

DETERMINES A PROSPECT'S NEEDS

  • Consider how much they know already
  • Establish the Characteristics
    • DEMOGRAPHICS
content
CONTENT
  • Decide on your APPROACH
    • CUSTOMER-BENEFIT
      • Use questioning to exemplify product benefits
        • Ex: Asking if customer would like to save money on office supplies
    • Introductory approach
      • Simply state name and reason for presenting
  • Summarize the objectives of your presentation
  • List and prioritize points you need to cover
  • Collect information to support your points
write a script
WRITE A SCRIPT
  • Use to:
    • JOG MEMORY DURING PRESENTATION
      • Help to remember key points that they want to cover
    • Plan presentation length
    • Practice before presentation
  • Make sure language is
    • POSITIVE
    • PRECISE(short)
    • PERTINENT (Meaningful to the customer)
      • Help the customer understand what you are saying in a brief, simple way
effective ways to sell tickets
EFFECTIVE WAYS TO SELL TICKETS

GOAL: Sell-Out your event to make MONEY

If you don’t make up the costs of the event-LOSE MONEY

  • LOTTERY:
    • Use: DEMAND IS HIGHER THAN THE AVAILABLE SUPPLY
    • A drawing in which people are given equal chance to win
  • Word of Mouth
  • “EARLY BIRD PRICING”
    • Earlier you buy the ticket, the lower the price
  • Sell ONLINE
quiz preview1
Quiz Preview
  • #1 Which of the following sport venues is most likely to use and sell advertising on its dasher boards?
      • College indoor swimming
      • Disc-Golf course at a state park
      • Professional figure skating venue
      • Local youth outdoor soccer field
  • #29 Which of the following would most likely increase sales for a professional hockey team?
      • Offering attendees their money back if they are unsatisfied with the game
      • Achieving an absolute advantage over other US professional hockey teams
      • Developing a contingency plan in case an emergency occurs
      • Maintaining and periodically reviewing team performance records
  • #37 Crystal is preparing to visit local businesses about purchasing advertising space in the program for her high school’s basketball tournament. What should Crystal take with her when she goes to the businesses?
      • Explain the charges
      • Team captain’s contact info
      • Advertising rate card
      • Basketball player’s bios
you do
“You Do”
  • Prepare a sales presentation for a sports event or good…you choose!
  • Make sure to follow the below procedures and write them as you go to turn in for a grade:
    • Identify the Purpose
    • Identify your Customer Profile
    • List your Content
    • Write the Sales Script
  • Be ready to present in class!
you do1
“You Do”

With a partner, you will create two scripts for building a good relationship with a customer on the first contact using the steps from the notes for the following two scenarios:

  • Get a celebrity to endorse your product
  • Selling season tickets for a professional team
  • Write the two scripts to be turned in for a grade
    • One person is the customer, the other is the salesperson
  • Perform your role play in class