Developing a sales pipeline
Your Sales Process
Looking to increase sales and improve retention at your fitness business? An effective sales process is essential to turning prospects into loyal members. Your sales process should be defined, systematic, scalable, and trackable.
Download this guide to develop or improve your sales process, with steps to:
- Create a sales training manual
- Build sales collateral
- Write sales scripts
- Measure your performance
Guide: The Fitness Business Guide to Perfecting Your Sales Process
You now have your sales process business plan ready to go. What comes next? An effective sales process is nothing without a sales training manual for your staff. This manual includes important resources for your team, including your pitch, sales collateral, scripts, and more. If you’re looking to create, or improve your sales process, developing a sales training manual is a great place to start.
Download our free template to access a Microsoft Word document with forms to fill in about your business and sales strategies.
Template: Sales Training for Your Fitness Business
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