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SkillsCast

HOW DEVELOPERS CAN STILL COMMUNICATE AND SELL TO 'NORMAL' PEOPLE

20th May 2014 in London at Skills Matter

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Dan Storey - Author of Next Level Persuasion has been training sales teams for over ten years in the skills of communication and persuasion. After studying neurolinguistic programming, Dan discovered that its application in business was the area he wanted to explore. Over the years, Dan has trained hundreds of sales people and sales managers across the UK and the whole of Europe in effective communication and sales skills, working with industries such as IT, finance and advertising. He has also recently completed his first book entitled Next Level Persuasion.

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HOW DEVELOPERS CAN STILL COMMUNICATE AND SELL TO 'NORMAL' PEOPLE

Dan Storey

Sales and marketing specialist with a passion for the personal development industry. Having spent years as a sales trainer, teaching sales people how to use NLP to improve their results, he is currently putting the finishing touches to his latest book.

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Dan Storey - Author of Next Level Persuasion has been training sales teams for over ten years in the skills of communication and persuasion. After studying neurolinguistic programming, Dan discovered that its application in business was the area he wanted to explore. Over the years, Dan has trained hundreds of sales people and sales managers across the UK and the whole of Europe in effective communication and sales skills, working with industries such as IT, finance and advertising. He has also recently completed his first book entitled Next Level Persuasion.

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HOW DEVELOPERS CAN STILL COMMUNICATE AND SELL TO 'NORMAL' PEOPLE

Dan Storey

Sales and marketing specialist with a passion for the personal development industry. Having spent years as a sales trainer, teaching sales people how to use NLP to improve their results, he is currently putting the finishing touches to his latest book.