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EO Sri Lanka presents: Building a Winning Sales Culture


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Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) Sri Lanka continued its Signature Learning Event series of world class speakers with Jack Daly’s Building a Winning Sales Culture: Driving Towards Hyper Sales Growth. Daly is a serial entrepreneur turned Amazon best-selling author, sales trainer and CEO Coach. 

Having founded a small business in California with himself and three employees, and within 5 years grown it to a national corporation with annual revenues of $800 million, Daly has tremendous experience and a proven track record in exponentially growing companies.

The half-day workshop was designed to give business owners and sales teams street tested sales methodologies that help create truly successful sales professionals and profitable companies. The attendees were provided with numerous take home values and participants were very pleased with the insights given by Jack Daly during the workshop.

“Excellent session by Jack Daly, I am thankful to EO Sri Lanka for organising this event. Undoubtedly, the program was of value and hope you will be able to deliver such programs in the future,” said Sri Lanka Insurance CEO Chandana Aluthgama.

“Jack Daly’s event was one of the best I have participated. It gave me so much insight and practical knowledge that is vital for the growth of an organisation in changing global and local competitive landscape. He conducted the whole event in a very interactive manner which made it fascinating. Everybody enjoyed. Jack Daly managed to make a substantial positive change in myself and my organisation,” said Marketing Director Eranda Aberathna of 98acres Resort, Halpé Tea, and Flying Ravana Mega Zipline.

The event organiser, EO Sri Lanka, is part of a global community of entrepreneurs that enriches members’ lives through peer-to-peer learning, connections to experts and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. EO is the catalyst that enables entrepreneurs to learn from each other, leading to greater business success and an enriched personal life. EO comprises over 13,000 members in 186 Chapters across 58 countries, with median annual revenue of US$5 million. EO members have given employment a total of 3.4 million people around the world.

EO Sri Lanka had an extremely successful launch in 2017. The membership which commenced with 14 founding members today stands at 30members representing both established and fast-growing companies across a diverse range of business sectors in Sri Lanka. 

More information about EO is available at www.eonetwork.org. For information about EO Sri Lanka, please contact admin@eosrilanka.org.

 


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