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Great Learning launches Sales programme

Published: 28th Nov 2021 2:52 pm | Updated: 30th Nov 2021 6:04 pm

Hyderabad: Great Learning, a part of BYJU’s group and an ed-tech company for higher and professional education, has launched an advanced certificate programme in Sales.

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Designed by seasoned industry experts and great Learning mentors, the programme provides freshers, junior sales personnel and other early-stage working professionals an opportunity to fast track their career in sales. The programme will also provide learners with dedicated career assistance in terms of interview and resume preparation, career guidance, job opportunities, and interview guarantee, according to a press release.

The 15-week online programme takes a structured approach, delivering a 360-degree understanding of B2C sales to the learners, anchoring on areas like customer relationship, pricing, sales strategies, negotiation, analytics and key techniques to make a successful sale.
It also covers aspects of managing a sales team effectively while addressing key aspects such as monitoring, motivating, and managing a team of salespeople.

Speaking about the programme, Great Learning co-founder, Hari Krishnan Nair, said, “The digital era has created a new set of skills that all sales professionals will have to quickly master in order to succeed. While there is no dearth of sales roles in sectors like financial services, retail, education etc. there is also an increasing shortage of well-trained sales professionals who are able to navigate the new digital landscape successfully.

Professionals with the required skills are able to command a premium in the job market. The average starting salary for freshers from Great Learning is Rs 5 lakh to Rs 7 lakh for various entry level roles.”


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