Seminar on customer service, suggestive selling


The Saipan Chamber of Commerce and Island Training Solutions will be hosting a training seminar called “Customer Service and Suggestive Selling for the Holidays” on Nov. 16, from 9am to 12pm.

It is guaranteed to motivate your employees while preparing for the holiday rush. With the holidays right around the corner, there is no better time to give your employees the gift that keeps on giving: training that is sure to boost your business’s overall performance as your employees increase their ability to provide top level service! It is essential that your team is ready and willing to serve with excellence.

With the increase of business development on island, this training seminar will allow participants to retain and grow client relationships by having meaningful conversations, to ask key questions that engage, and be able to model appropriate gestures to provide a meaningful experience.

Participants will also learn how to upsell, cross-sell, and suggestive sell. These are essential practices that successful retail businesses use in their establishments.

Although the CNMI is experiencing a competitive workforce and an even more demanding consumer base, employees can learn to elevate the level of a company’s customer service by acquiring concepts that can be implemented immediately for personal and business success.

This seminar will take place at the Saipan Chamber of Commerce conference room (Marianas Business Plaza, third floor, Suite 315) on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. Registration fee is $50 per person for Chamber members and $55 per person for non-members. Reservations and advance payment are required, as seating is limited. Light refreshments are included. To register, call 234-7150 or email (SCC)

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