(PRWEB) April 2, 2005
Conference organiser Philippa Cornell said: Âwe are absolutely thrilled that Mark Cushway has agreed to speak at this yearÂs event.. For those of us in sales and marketing he is probably one of the most influential and highly demanded trainers and motivators in Europe. He has promised to speak at our opening and to run a number of seminars over the course of the three days that we are hereÂ.
Mr CushwayÂs office confirmed his participation in the conference saying: ÂMark has wanted to attend this event for a while now and will be sure to give a worthwhile and interesting address as well has giving more specific advice to individuals during the course of seminarsÂ.
The three day annual conference attracts many of the main players from the world of sales and marketing, dealing as it does with all aspects of the sales process. According to Phillipa Cornell, Âthe conference will, as always, cover the fundamental techniques and practices that underline any successful sales campaign but this year there will also be a strong emphasis on the recent technology designed to maximise sale possibilitiesÂ.
This emphasis has attracted the attention of James Greenman, sales and marketing director at a large west London kitchen company. He had this to say: Âwe have really embraced the IT revolution and have found that by investing in computer based solutions we have increased our profits by some 30% in the last three years. We now use our computers for just about everything, from diary management to database and design and I am glad to see that there will be a number of talks and seminars covering the IT side of things at the conferenceÂ.
Places for this yearÂs Sales and Marketing Conference have all been taken for what looks set to be the sales event of the decade.