Delve deeper to sell more 

The skills you need to succeed

Our focused workshops offer an opportunity to delve deeper into key topics to help you grow your sales to Food & Beverage retailers.  

Register now for these FREE upcoming workshops:

We use iLearn for in-person and online workshop registrations. If you don’t have an account already, click on a workshop link below to get started. Important emails will come from: ilearn@learnsphere.ca . Check your spam/junk folder and mark the email address as safe.

When enrolling in iLearn, ensure to select the workshop for your region.  

Live-facilitated ONLINE group workshops:

How to Hire a Co-Packer

Participate in this engaging and interactive workshop to gain tips and tools to succeed in the co-packing journey. From identifying candidates that best match your objectives through to the key elements of a successful negotiation. Facilitated by Alan Archibald and Norm Purdy.

 

How to Be a Co-Packer

Learn about the risks and rewards of private label and contract manufacturing. You will leave with tools to assess your firm's capability to find and meet the expectations of potential co-packing customers, and improve your companies bottom line with this new line of business. Facilitated by Alan Archibald and Norm Purdy.

 

Perfect your Pitch

 

Alberta Manitoba Session
Atlantic Session
 

Attend this workshop to learn how to:

  • Prepare a persuasive sales presentation
  • Plan sampling for a virtual or in-person setting
  • Pitch and follow-up with confidence

In follow-up to the group workshop, participants are required to complete a 1on1 virtual practise pitch with facilitator Peter Chapman acting as the retailer of their choice. This will be scheduled within at the participant’s convenience within 6-weeks of the in-person workshop.

These workshops are offered in partnership with Food and Beverage Atlantic,  Alberta Food Processors Association, and Manitoba Food & Beverage. 

Get in touch

If you’re looking to take your sales to supply chains to the next level, contact us today to tell us about the skills you would like to improve.

We’re always improving our programs and would love to hear from you.

Funding for this program is provided by the Office of Skills for Success with the Government of Canada’s Department of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).

Skills for Success are skills that help you in a quickly changing world. Improving them will help you succeed in today’s and tomorrow’s workplace.

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