targets industry sales professionals
A regular columnist for New Zealand Printer Magazine, Dave Fellman has delivered a number of seminars to New Zealand industry sales professionals

Sales expert Dave Fellman has released ‘Sell More Printing!’, his latest book that targets industry sales professionals.

A regular columnist for New Zealand Printer Magazine, Fellman has published a number of books on sales. The list includes ‘Listen To The Dinosaur’, which Selling Power magazine listed as one of its 10 Best Books of 2010.

Fellman has tailored his latest book at printing, signage and promotional products salespeople. A leading sales trainer in those three industries, he has published more than 300 articles in industry publications worldwide. Also, he has featured as a speaker at industry events across the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the UK.

Dave Fellman

Visiting New Zealand on a number of occasions, Fellman has made a lot of friends here, delivering sales-focused seminars. Unfortunately, he could not make it here last year because of the Covid-19 pandemic. He says, “I am looking forward to returning to New Zealand in the future. However, I am pleased to offer ‘Sell More Printing’ until then.”

He says the book covers the essential elements that industry sales professionals need to be effective. In addition, the book includes access to an online appendix containing a variety of downloadable selling tools.

The book is available in print and eBook formats, through amazon.au, using its print on demand platform for the paperback copies. This allows Fellman to sell printed books in this market without the cost of shipping them from the US.

Obtain a copy of ‘Sell More Printing!’ online.

Other Fellman best-selling sales books:

Rules Of Engagement: A Guide To Better Communication And Better Relationships With Everyone Who Is Important To Your Business.
The Small Business Book: 10 Ways To Make Your Small Business More Successful.
Listen To The Dinosaur

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