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Programme for Business Leaders and Executive Decision Makers
Examine, debate and learn to apply the strategies of world-class dealmakers through The Dealguru™ Programme to take place on Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th November 2017. The programme, presented by The Dealmaker Company, will focus on advanced negotiation and the maximisation of business transactions – especially the dealmaking expertise required for mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and similar large deals. Booking is essential. To reserve your place or for further information contact Charmaine via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephonically on 011 025 3717.
The Business School of Dealmaking
The Dealmaker Company is not a training organisation as such. Our key objective is to systematically show sales, negotiation and project teams the behaviours that will enable them to conclude deals more quickly and profitably. Our fundamental raison d’être is increasing the profitability and revenues of our customers. Our programmes are designed for people and organisations engaging in critical, high value or complex business deals.
Who Should Make the 1st Proposal?
To be a brilliant dealmaker you must be able to make proposals. So, who should make the first proposal in a deal? Why, you of course! Many people are reluctant to make the first move because they want to hear the other party’s proposal first for just in case it’s better than their own. People don’t go first because they hope that if the other party makes the first offer, it will be a better offer than they could have wanted. However, this is seldom the case.