Although these webinars are typically reserved for FLAG members as an educational benefit of FLAG membership, FLAG has just announced that a recording of the third in the series will be opened up to the entire label industry at 2:00 p.m. (EST) on May 1, 2020 and on demand through the end of May.
Ryan Jenkins will present “Keys to Connecting and Selling in a Digital World.” As the world is thrust into remote working, the ability to digitally communicate and influence becomes paramount. Mobile technology, ubiquitous connectivity and the emerging generations have been ushering in a new age of work, but COVID-19 has accelerated the disruption and need to adapt.
Attendees at this FLAG webinar will gain insight into trends shaping the future of work, perspectives of the digital buyer behaviors and expectation, actionable strategies (and tools to use) to connect and sell digitally and the ability to drive leads, sales and customer success.
Jenkins is an internationally-recognized keynote speaker and generations expert, and he was the top speaker at last year’s FLAG Annual Meeting. He has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, and The Wall Street Journal. He is also co-founder of SyncLX.com, a learning and development company redefining how to learn in a digital world.
The two sales training webinars for FLAG members conducted earlier this month included a sustainability session produced by UPM Raflatac and an ink and coating educational session by ACTEGA. Recordings are available through the “Members Connection” portal on FLAG’s website.
According to John McKay, FLAG president and founder, “As most label sales teams are working from home at this point in the pandemic, we have launched this Sales Training Series to help them take advantage of a unique opportunity to increase their knowledge and skills online. Because we are all in uncharted waters, we are very pleased to open up the recording of this important and timely topic as our way of thanking the label industry for their support of FLAG over the past 10 years.”
McKay continues, “Our members have been communicating directly with each other since the onset of the pandemic and are learning how their peers are addressing the current issues and hurdles. Through our Coronavirus Support Group, FLAG members have also committed to helping one another with back-up production capabilities and excess capacity overflow. In these unprecedented times, FLAG members are discovering that they are not alone, and have an edge against the potential upcoming recession due to our buying group savings programs.”
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