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Harding sales majors get to see the fruits of good salesmanship in their own classrooms, which are often taught not by academics but by business professionals.
With her husband, she established the Prince School of Salesmanship, attracting students, often college graduates, some from abroad, who undertook educational activities and personnel administration in stores and the teaching of salesmanship in schools.
Since its inception in 1968, the HP Byron Nelson Championship has raised more money for charity than any other event on the PGA TOUR - more than $112 million for the Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers.
Learn the art and science of selling in Salesmanship Seminar 2017 on December 05, 2017 at AIM Conference Center, Makati City, PH.
Itineraries and spaces of selling, wheeling and dealing, and good salesmanship are examined by historians and scholars of retail as they describe examples and stages of mass marketing and consumerism over the past two centuries.
I agreed to pick up a friend from the airport, go to brunch with another group of friends, attend a family get-together, and help out with a school function--on top of everything else I was trying to get done," says Johnson, 28, a psychology intern at Salesmanship Club Youth & Family Centers in the greater Dallas area.
Stuart Hancock, who is a Senior National Account Manager looking after the Palmer & Harvey McLane account, received the Desmond Cracknell Salesmanship Award from Valerie Cracknell, Client Liaison Director.
Malcolm Walker, multi-millionaire and former owner of the Iceland foodstore chain practically invented the buy-one-get-one-free school of salesmanship.
The easiest way of doing this is to get on your bike, knock on doors and use salesmanship to drum up business.
Dealers looking to add an edge to their salesmanship can learn what makes a good knife, the "why" of designs, and how to enhance customer service.
But the key was less salesmanship than the sheer force of personality and the inspired intangibles of creativity run amok.
While documenting the criticism and dissatisfaction evoked by the commercialization of American holidays - campaigns to "Keep Christ in Christmas," for example - Schmidt also recognizes the symbiotic relationship between religion and commerce, sentiment and salesmanship.