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A sales boost for 2003

ORGANISED staff work more effectively. That's the message from Sewells Information & Research – a sister title to Fleet NewsNet - which believes supply companies and retailers need a structured plan for all leads and enquiries to help them convert more leads into deals.

The Sewells sales organiser and diary 2003 is designed to remind staff when to follow up leads, enabling quick and accurate monitoring of sales activity. It's a proven money-maker for automotive sales professionals and sales managers that generates an ever increasing database of live prospects.

“The Sewells diaries have become a way of life – there is nothing else like them available in the motor industry,” says Corey Brasenell, sales manager at CD Bramall Hemel Hempstead.

  • To order your 2003 diary (they can be ordered in bulk from £36 each for an order of between one and five copies), please call Sewells Information & Research on 01733 468254.

    Alternatively click here, print off the pdf booking form and fax it back to 01733 468349.

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