TESTIMONIALS FROM SCHOOL OF SALESMANSHIP GRADUATES.
“I make bold to say that the School of Salesmanship has developed my skills and confidence to be able to talk to my customers about my product. Before I attended the School, I was always afraid to look at my customers in the face while talking with them.
- Williams Eboma ( Imo state, Nigeria)
“This is the third business I am engaging in, and for each of them, I started with not less than N500, 000. The first one was a beer parlor; the second - a boutique and the third - an electrical shop. Each of them have failed within one year of establishment. But since I attended my course on Entrepreneurial Management with School of Salesmanship, I have been able to put into practice, skills in monitoring and record keeping which has helped a lot. Currently, I am about to open another shop and I believe I will succeed this time. ” —- Glory Nnanah ( Lagos, Nigeria)
“I am a vehicle salesman. My skill in selling has drastically improved since I graduated from the School of Salesmanship. I am now able to sell my products using the ‘ABC’ of selling (features, benefits and advantages) to convince customers to buy my products. The duration of my sales talk has reduced as I do more of listening than talking. I have also been able to use open-ended questions to gather more information about my customers’ needs.” — - Thomas Ekene ( USA)
“I highly recommend the School of Salesmanship to everyone, whether you are a civil servant, businessman or applicant. I am a living witness of the positive impact of the school. I work with a Federal agency in Nigeria. I go broke as salaries are sometimes delayed for up to 4-6 months. But since I attended the Salesmanship and Entrepreneurial management course, I started buying and selling of children wears with my vehicle as mobile shop and I visit antenatal centers in my state to sell the wears. As I speak with you, I am very comfortable and no longer wait for salary before I can feed my family members.” — - Queentencence Queen ( Zimbabwe)
“I work for one of the biggest fast foods in Ghana. In the course of my work, I have met people with different characters and because of the rude manner in which they talk to staff, I always feel sad and prayed for another job on a daily basis. I got to know about the School of Salesmanship and decided to at least have a certificate in Salesmanship to help me get a better job. Presently, I am happy doing my job because the school has built my skill in handling objections from different customers. I try very much to put on a smiling face always and even when they annoy me, I simply laugh and continue with my job. This attitude has earned me more friends than enemies. ” — - Decode Decoded (Ghana)