Free webinar: Overcoming customer objections and getting back to selling
Come learn how to effectively and persuasively address customer concerns and position yourself as a trusted home performance resource. 

In this webinar, Build It Green Contractor Engagement Manager Amy Beley will offer easy-to-use tips and tools to overcome the most common objections to home performance projects. By the end of the hour, you'll be able to use your new skills to build a customer-for-life relationship and increase sales.
Wednesday, June 3 | 10 am - 11 am

About the presenter

Amy Beley is the Contractor Engagement Manager for Build It Green. Amy currently designs education programs that help contractors succeed in the home performance industry. She puts contractors at the heart of program implementation and seeks ways to provide support that allow for candid discussions about how to make the business work.
Reminder: Register for the FREE Contractor Workshop on Home Performance Sales Training
In this full-day session with home performance expert Mike Rogers and Build It Green program manager Amy Beley, you'll learn critical sales skills and tools that will help you sell HVAC and home performance improvements to hom eowners.

Four training dates available:

Tuesday, May 26 | 8 am - 5 pm
Tuesday, June 23 | 8 am - 5 pm
Tuesday, July 21 | 8 am - 5 pm
Tuesday, August 11 | 8 am - 5 pm

Location: Pomona College, 33 N. College Way, Claremont, CA 91711 
Topics will include:
  • Communicating building science to consumers
  • Foundations of successful sales
  • Messaging and calls-to-action
  • A consultive sales approach for energy efficiency
  • Consumer decision-making
  • Presenting proposals
  • Handling objections 
Attendees are eligible for a free, one-hour consultation with Mike Rogers of OmStout Consulting.
For questions contact us at (877) 785-2237  or 

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