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Chemicals Sales & Marketing Toolbox 2014

03 Jun 2014 - 04 Jun 2014 - Berlin, Germany



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Evolve your business relationships and increase your profitability 

Chemical Sales & Marketing Toolbox 2014 will give the knowledge you need to improve your business by better adjusting to suit your customers' evolving needs.

Join the leading European cross-segment chemicals event. Learn to use the right tools, gain important business contacts, and find practical answers on the topics that matter most across every segment of the chemicals business.

These questions and many others will be answered at the event:

How can you open the door for a lasting relationship with your customers?

Which tools are the most effective to build a highly successful international sales team?

How can you satisfy your customers by structuring what you offer to suit their individual needs?

How to optimize profit opportunity in every deal?

How can you grasp opportunities that come with green transformation and shale gas discoveries?

Which tools should you use in a high-risk environment?

Today's reality for businesses involves the changing needs and requests of customers. You may be wondering how you can meet their specific needs while at the same time increasing your profitability.

This cross-segment chemicals event will bring together the European chemicals elite and will reveal concrete tools that will solve challenges like:

How to optimize profit opportunity in every deal?

How you can open the door for a lasting relationship with your customers?

Which tools are the most effective to build a highly successful international sales team?

How to use market analysis matrices to take advantage of opportunities to grow in EMEA and      emerging markets?

 To read the full PDF program fill out a short online form.




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