Mark Henry Jewelry Offering Complimentary ‘Masterclass’ on Sales from Peter Smith
As part of the promotion, Smith will share his sales expertise during a 90-minute training session.
The New York-based jewelry company is sponsoring sales expert and National Jeweler columnist Peter Smith’s “Sales Masterclass” for retailers who agree to carry its line.
Qualified retailers who buy into the line at a set dollar amount are eligible to be gifted a free class, valued at $5,000. Retailers will have to cover the cost of Smith's travel expenses.
Mark Henry specializes in colored gemstone jewelry, both classics and one-of-a-kind designs.
Smith has worked in the jewelry industry for more than four decades, holding senior roles at Hearts On Fire, Mémoire, and Tiffany & Co.
He is also the author of three books on sales, including “Hiring Squirrels,” “Sell Something,” and “The Sales Minute.”
Smith travels to retailers across the country, hosting a 90-minute session, as well as two hours of custom content, covering the myths of salespeople, the essential traits of top sales performers, and the main characteristics of communication, both verbal and non-verbal.
“Smith draws from his study of psychology and human behavior, his books and columns, and he brings a relatable and pragmatic perspective to his teaching from having been there and done that,” said Mark Henry.
Interested retailers would have to opt in by April 30. Classes can be scheduled through the spring.
For more information, contact Kristen Scheibel, vice president of sales at Mark Henry Jewelry, at email@example.com or by phone at 315-941-1362.
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