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Lauren Bailey on Internal Sales Reps and Their Role in Transactions

Lauren Bailey, an inside sales expert and president of Factor 8 shares the best solutions to sales and how to implement the processes and increase profits.

Get answers to the following questions:

  • Why is training so important for inside sales?
  • What are the benefits of sales training versus on the job training?
  • How can management and employees find the issue with why sales aren’t going through?
  • How can inside sales affect other branches of the marketing process?
  • What are some common mistakes with inside sales? Are there possible solutions?

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