NBCN’s channel partners burnt it up for the night as the team visited the Shogun Teppan-Yaki restaurant in the heart of Birmingham’s fashionable Broad Street area. The restaurant is famed as much for its show as its culinary experience and provided the company’s partners with a fitting end to a scorcher of a day.
During the conference the company had addressed some of the burning product issues that its channel had raised over the last quarter, and launched a red-hot new hosted product. NBCN also used the conference to launch its new free marketing initiative designed to further fire up the sales of its best performing partners. The ‘Virtuous Circle’ means that partners that do more deals get more free marketing done on their behalf, with the aim being that more marketing will in turn bring them in more deals.
The day’s work concluded with Gary May, the event’s keynote speaker, showing the delegates how to achieve hot sales results by using tried and tested presentation skills.
Freddie Lauritzen of NBCN’s top reseller of the quarter, Help-IT, said, “The NBCN package has always sold itself, but with the changes they have announced today I feel confident that there is no organisation in the SME space we couldn’t serve.”
NBCN, The National Business Communications Network provides an all-inclusive business telephony package that provides all the equipment, lines, functionality, and cover that an organisation requires for one simple monthly payment. It can even include calls.