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Freelance Selling
Monday 29 May 2017, 11:30am - 01:00pm
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In order to support enterprise growth it is essential that enterprise providers focus more on selling the product or service for start ups and existing businesses to generate growth. Our present message in the UK is extremely reactionary and based on out of date strategies and tactics that are not functional in today's environment which is changing rapidly everyday.

We are teaching our micro and SME businesses to market themselves in methods that to many of them cannot afford and do not have the capital or practical experience to capture the returns on investment. We need to simplify our route to market and teach our up and coming businesses to sell their product or services to their proposed prospects utilising scarce resources that will enable them to generate more profits and leverage capital more effectively than the holy grail approach that is seeing most of our businesses fail day after day.

A company or individual can start selling with very little operation costs (Phone & Database) and get positive feedback on their route to market very quickly by tracking, monitoring and getting feedback from converted buyers, this approach is much more effective than speculating who their target market might be and what their position will be. Sales means business, more business is more capital and liquidity into the business its is a simple as that.

We need to get our enterprise centre's running as dynamic sales incubators rather than a focus on the reactionary social media frenzy that seems to be taking hold of our micro and SME businesses, the world is full of buyers and sellers, we have to teach our enterprises how to sell more effectively in order for them to grow their businesses and take it up to the next level so that they can start to employ more people based on actual capital in the bank rather than what they owe the bank.

Our method and approach at SOSI to teaching enterprise is rooted in generating more sales growth and maintaining your client base, sustainability is not based on how much you owe the bank jumping from loan to loan, it is grounded in how much sales you are bringing into your business for it to grow in real terms.

When opportunity knocks you have to seize the time cause you never know when it may come round again, proactive selling with ethical behaviours utilising all social mediums as tools to support the proactive selling approach is how our micro and SME businesses will sustain themselves to protect our pensions and our children pensions.

Location WECH Community Centre
Society Of Sales Innovation (SOSI) started out as a campaign to Get Britain Selling and is now a legally constituted cooperative society.
Our primary objectives are as follows:Social Goals
1. Raise awareness for sales to be recognised as a professional career pathway in schools, colleges and universities.
2. Reduce poverty in disadvantaged areas through sales to underpin social and economic growth.
3. Support entrepreneurs to release their true sales potential.
4. Establish a sales driven enterprise hub in the City of London.
5. Establish learning hubs within grass roots communities for potential sales people to develop their sales skills and gain opportunities.
Economic Goals
1. Increase UK corporate sales revenues through generating more business.
2. Improve corporate sales ethics and CSR.
3. Lobby overseas companies and governments to work with UK sales companies.
4. Develop more competent professional sales people to supply demand from UK companies.
5. Sustain UK economic growth
We have identified that there are many sales organisations who have a need to facilitate professional growth by providing quality service provision to their sales people. Our sales cooperative is focusing on getting individuals and companies fit for purpose, out the of five and half million companies in the UK over four million are micro and small businesses who have a need to generate more sales revenue in order for them to grow. Most of these operators do not recognise the ethical, moral or legal implications within their operating environment and will proceed into doing business without any diligent behaviour.
It is our view that UK sales as a profession is undermined and misrepresented within the UK, the negative perception of sales people needs to be replaced with a much more positive image.
Sales people create jobs, bring in business to raise our economy and head organisations growth strategies, yet they are somewhat alienated as an outlier when being represented.