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Sales persons urged on personal branding, power of resilience to succeed

Daniel Choudry, the CEO, Daniel Choudry Sales Institute says that Sales Warrior’s Convention 2019 is here to equip you with vital sales skills. (PHOT BY JAVIRA SSEBWAMI)

KAMPALA – The Daniel Choudry Sales Institute in conjunction with partners including International University of East Africa (IUEA) have organized a two-day Sales Worrier’s Convention to robust industry.

Daniel Choudry, a sales superstar and the proprietor of Daniel Choudry Sales Institute told PML Daily, that the convention is created to make sure sales persons generate more revenue as well as building a great sales team.

“This convention is for forward-thinkers, trailblazers, entrepreneurs, sales persons and business owners who seek to set the tone of success in sales for their enterprises, he told this reporter outside the conference room.

Over the years, he said, we have worked with hundreds of manufacturing companies in East Africa, Financial Institutions, multiple hospitality businesses, hundreds of SMEs and Startups who have successfully had their business turnaround because of our sales strategies and efforts.

The Convention, he believes will dissolves fears, increases belief in oneself, eliminates procrastination and provides participants with an overwhelming sense of purpose and effort stimulants.

“We want you to see what really goes on behind the scenes of building a successful sales organization. We want to share with you the different skill sets that we have modeled for different individuals and companies both corporate and SME that will significantly increase your revenue generation exponentially,” he noted.

Nataliey Bitature, the Chief of staff at Simba group argued salespersons to be resilient and building collaborations. (PHOTO BY JAVIRA SSEBWAMI)

The first session of the Convention, participants have been mentored on extensive sales revenue generation ideas for any service and product companies.

Key among the presenters include Daniel Choudry, Amos Wekesa, the CEO for Great Safaris and Uganda Lodges, Chinonso Ogbogu a Nigerian-based astute entrepreneur, lean startup investor, and a passionate salesman.

Others include Nataliey Bitature, the Chief of staff at Simba group. Bitature argued salespersons to be resilient and building collaborations.

Several others include Michael Mwesigwa the head of sales coordination Bank of Africa and Jean Byamugisha, the “youngest” CEO of Uganda Hotel Owners Association (UHOA).

Byamugisha will be speaking at the partnership with Business Association for sales success and the importance of travel and understanding cultural diversity for a sales worrier.

Some of the participants come from the financial sector, hospitality sector, pension fund, SMEs, Start-Ups, Insurance, education sector, Agriculture, Transport, Telecommunication, IT and related business institutions.

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