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I closed a $30,000 deal using my signature solution framework.

7th September 2018

Develop Your Signature Solution and Leave Your Competitors Behind

A talk by Tara-Tamiko
Digital Marketing Consultant

Imagine this. It’s 9pm, and you’ve been given the opportunity to pitch to a prospective client tomorrow at 8am. Which sounds more like you?

🅰︎ You wing it without props. You’ve done this so many times before.

🅱︎ You and PowerPoint become best friends until the early hours of the morning.

🅲 You get an early night and close the deal with a one-page visual.

If you answered 🅰︎ or 🅱︎, then this talk is for you!

Get ready to learn how to develop your signature solution and leave your competitors behind.

Instead of telling your prospectives what you do, show them how you do it.

Join my talk and learn how to build the one-page framework that will have you closing more deals than your competitors even if pitching isn't your thing.


Comments (3)

You can get access to my signature solution from my Resource Library :

https://ttmko.me/resource-library-uc (there are other freebies in there too!)

And the Fletcher Method I mentioned in the talk...you can find out more about it here:

https://ttmko.me/fm

Thanks for watching and I hope you found it useful! I'm around to answer any questions you may have! 😊


Speaker 3 months, 1 week ago

great talk. i loved it .


3 months, 1 week ago

Thanks! I appreciate you watching. 😊


Speaker 3 months ago

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