On deeper reflection

December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/3/2004, Issue 5417, p14
Trade Publication
Presents insights into the advantage of establishing rapport with customers. Quality of the selling experience between a salesman and a customer; Positive response to the sales question; Creation of a satisfied customer.


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