May 25, 2024

eld as the first event of this year’s March for Business Month, this informative session gave local businesses an insight into the West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce’s Sales Club, which is held in collaboration with Sales Geek North Wales.

Hosted at The Optic Centre in St Asaph on March 1st, the session featured an interactive workshop, and focused on how to build longer term relationships with existing customers, and as a result, grow revenues.

The session also touched on learning to set business goals, and how to build pipelines and understand customers.

The Sales Club provides support to businesses of all sizes and sectors, exploring the topics of setting goals, building pipelines, and understanding your customers.

Jennifer Kennedy, Head of Membership at the West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce said:

“We were delighted to once again support Denbighshire Council’s March for Business by running a taster session of our Sales Club, in collaboration with Sales Geek North Wales. It was brilliant to see so many businesses engaged and I am sure they took many useful actions away from the workshop!”

A member of the Economic & Business Development team at the Council said:

“It was great to see so many businesses attend the excellent and informative Sales Club to kick off March for Business. We would like to thank all who attended, West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce and Sales Geek North Wales for the continued support.”

For more information about the March for Business Month, go to: https://www.denbighshire.gov.uk/en/business/march-for-business/march-for-business.aspx