Employee Recognition ProgramsFor employers, awards and recognition programs are a key component of keeping employees happy and motivated and also help foster employee pride and loyalty. Add in the potential for higher average orders and profitability for these items and it’s no surprise this is a big area of focus for promotional products sales teams.

How to Sell Awards and Recognition, a free seminar presented by Promo Marketing and QCA-accredited supplier Norwood & BIC Graphic as part of their “Selling Series,” will set you on the path to greater success with your awards and recognition programs. Register now to secure your spot on Wednesday, November 6, 2pm EST (11am PST).

This seminar will help you to learn how to build program business, find unknown sales opportunities and keep in touch with the latest trends in the market. Presenter Eileen Lynch, Regional Manager-East for Norwood & BIC Graphic and moderator, Colleen McKenna, Managing Editor of Promo Marketing, will guide you through the numbers, sales and strategies critical for moving your awards sales into the winner’s circle.

The session will cover: 

  • Market overview
  • Benefits – guaranteed annual revenue
  • Opportunities
  • How to sell
  • Trends
  • How to build program business

There’ll be time to quiz the panelists directly during the one hour session so be sure to come armed with your questions. Registration gives you on-demand access to the seminar for 90 days after the event, so if you can’t make it or would simply like to revisit the topics and refresh your memory, you’ll have plenty of time to catch up at your leisure.

This webinar will present a valuable opportunity to boost your awards and recognition sales strategy, so do yourself a favor and register now. And if you attend, pop back in and let us know what you thought. We’d love to hear about it.

Register Here: How to Sell Awards and Recognition

Other Resources On This Topic:

Research Study: The Value and ROI in Employee Recognition

About: HR: 5 Tips for Effective Employee Recognition

Forbes: New Research Unlocks the Secret of Employee Recognition