WineSPIT Workshop #8 – Set Sale: The Art of Persuasion & Upselling, by John Miers

Set Sale: The Art of Persuasion & Upselling, by John Miers


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Can I Tempt You?

With ProWine Asia on the horizon, there’s never been a better time to pep up and polish your sales and persuasion skills.

The art of persuasion is essential in sales and marketing roles. But even the best sales professionals need new tactics. At SPIT’s March 20 Workshop “Set Sale: The Art of Persuasion & Upselling”, hosted by John Miers, learn fresh approaches and new ideas for bigger and better sales. John’s practical, skills-focused workshops and unique approach to communication and business performance have been helping senior executives, public figures and politicians from around the world for over two decades.

Workshop details

Speaker                       John Miers, Chairman of Black Isle Group
Date                             20 March 2017 (Mon)
Time                             2:30-4:30pm (2pm registration)
Location                      HK Management Association, 4/F Pico Tower, 66 Gloucester Road, Wanchai (See Google map)
RSVP                           email to, or fill in the form here (before 12 March 2017)
WineSPIT member   Complimentary
Non-WineSPIT          HK$350 (Contact us if you are interested to join/renew WineSPIT membership)

About John Miers

Founder & Chairman at Black Isle Group

Throughout a varied and challenging career in the Royal Navy, in which he rose to submarine command, John developed an incredible understanding of human communication.

Frequently a Royal Navy media spokesman, and having been part of the production team during a major TV series, John founded Black Isle in 1990 in order to share his experiences and understanding, and developing effective communication within a business environment. Today, Black Isle has expanded across four continents and seven offices around the world. As well as coaching numerous politicians in North America and Europe, John has helped many senior executives and public figures perform more effectively in high profile appointments.

Supported by Black Isle Group