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Conservatory Outlet helps the best get better

Conservatory Outlet hosted a window sales training course with Paul Clifton for 24 representatives from its retail network at the beginning of July.

Wakefield-based Conservatory Outlet and Paul Clifton are no strangers to one another – throughout 2012 and 2013 the fabricator funded and arranged more than 60 days’ worth of training with Paul for member companies of its retail network which each operate in non-competing geographical trading areas.

Sales personnel from Pennine Home Improvements (North East), West Yorkshire Windows, Clearview Home Improvements (North West) and 5 Star Windows & Conservatories (Midlands) attended the most recent training day which was very much a refresher course as Andy Miller, business development director at Conservatory Outlet, explained: “Our retail network is home to some of the most experienced and effective sales advisors in the industry and, since the masterclass training courses delivered in 2012/13, many Conservatory Outlet partners have achieved year-on-year growth and multiple record months. The refresher training day that we hosted in July was very much about honing sales techniques to further improve upon already-enviable conversion rates.”

A similar refresher course for conservatory and orangery sales specialists is also being planned by Conservatory Outlet, which was itself listed as one of Yorkshire’s 50 fastest growing companies earlier this year.

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‘Conservatory Outlet brings together a network of leading, regional home improvement companies from across the UK. Specialising in the supply and installation of the most innovative, high quality windows and doors, conservatories and living spaces on the market, with the customer at the heart of everything they do.’

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