Sales brunchwork, brunchwork @ Industrious Bryant Park, Saturday, 16. November 2019

Sales is the lifeblood of business. We'll geek out on sales hacks with a global expert. 
There will be plenty of time to strategize about your specific needs. And, there's brunch.

Best-selling author, multiple award-winner and one of the most sought after speakers on the circuit, Phil M Jones is highly regarded as the world’s leading sales trainer.
From training more than two million people worldwide to coaching some of the biggest brands in the world – Phil’s mission to "teach the world to sell" has resulted in his expertise being globally recognised.
brunchwork is the community for ambitious professionals. At our chic weekend clubhouse in Bryant Park, gain access to industry leaders and brilliant peers.
brunchwork is designed as a monthly membership over 6+ months.
If you’re a first-timer, you can grab a Program Pass to check us out. This all-access pass covers our clubhouse, several events and brunch/beverages/light bites for one weekend.
Industrious, the largest premium flexible workplace provider in the US, helps modern companies of all sizes be both efficient and effective by creating workplace experiences designed to drive productivity. 
Healthy and delicious grain bowls from FoodtoEat, mimosas and coffee. 
FoodtoEat is a woman-owned corporate concierge catering service that focuses on working with immigrant, women and minority-owned food businesses throughout NYC. FoodtoEat focuses on improving team culture through palate-broadening food experiences that inspire conversation, whether it be at a small team meal or a 500 person event with food, alcohol and rentals. Interested in making an impact on the local food community?!
Clients who place their first catering order of $350+ will receive $35 off with the referral code "Brunchwork" when they email to schedule their first meal!

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