Making the Case for Face to Face with John Blaskey

Stop hiding behind your screens and engage with your prospects! This is the message of my guest John Blaskey. John is an expert at helping clients to generate millions of pounds through face to face marketing. Having hired John to help me with a strategy for a recent event I am excited about introducing you to a man with an enormous amount of experience and talent in the face to face marketing field.  John is the go to expert for many global multinationals, national trade organisations, not-for-profit and countless SME’s. Join us to find out how to make face to face marketing the cornerstone of your sales strategy.

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John Blaskey has generated hundreds of millions of pounds of new prospective business for his clients through face to face marketing.  John persuades his audiences to stop hiding behind their screens – and engage with prospects. Engaging with our fellow human beings is proved to deliver far more long term business relationships than via on-line methods. Global multinationals, national trade organisations, not-for-profit and countless SME’s have benefited from John’s insight. He has worked with government trade organizations in China, Dubai, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Kenya, Korea, Latvia and Thailand. Also global multi-nationals such as Astra Zeneca, EDF, Mitsubishi and GE Finance. Trade organizations have included Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Royal Aeronautical Society and UKTI. John is the founder of www.exhibitingagency.co.uk

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