Does your media sales team need digital training?

This entry is part 4 of 8 in the series Custom training

Do you work in traditional or digital media sales? Are there still any traditional-only media sales teams out there? Besides out of home that is? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this post is for you.

Do you feel your team, whether yourself and or your colleagues or the team you manage is as strong with digital as it is with its primary media? Do you feel you don’t have as confident a grasp of the digital media landscape in its full breadth, scope, complexity and myriad of options as you would like?

I offer digital media sales training for traditional media specialists covering the full breadth of digital. My experience on both buy and sell sides, with traditional and pure digital organizations, in French and in English, regional and national, B2B and B2C, all lend me a unique perspective from which to relate to your situation and adjust the learning to your level, needs and pace.

You may be seeking IAB’s (US) Digital Media Sales Certification for yourself or your entire team in which case I teach IAB Canada’s Digital Media Sales 2-day course (public and custom, French and English) which is structured to cover the full curriculum required by the certification examination for Canadian organizations. This entails we cover a few topics from the Canadian and American perspectives so that you are fully knowledgeable about what affects your business here in Canada and prepared for the exam which is US focused.

You may be seeking training in just some particular areas you are missing understanding for or don’t quite know what you are missing in which case I (Titan Interactif) can consult and evaluate your situation and propose training and exercises at your own pace, adjusted for whatever budget.

If I’ve piqued your curiosity in any way, please feel free to contact me via the method you prefer (phone, email, mail or social) 

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