More Floods holds seventh sesquiennial sales meeting


LENEXA, KS — More Floods held its More Floods Sales Meeting 2015, the seventh recurrence of the event which is held every 18 months, on March 25 through 28, according to a release.

The event brought together more than 160 attendees, made up of More Floods members, and vendors, who “offer special promotions, pricing or services to members.”

Attendees heard presentations from Michael Gerber, creator of the E-Myth book series, and Daniel J. Stalp, who is a published author, co-host of the “Sales & Marketing Answer Men” radio blog, and president of Sandler Training — which teaches a “proven, trademarked selling method.” Gerber’s presentation was titled “Working ON your business, not IN your business,” and Stalp’s spoke on finding the right people to fit your business’ needs.

“The meeting offers our members three and a half days full of information, trainings, industry trends, marketing tips and a number of social networking events for them to get to know one another,” the company said. Networking events during the event included a bowling night, casino night and pub crawl.

The company has released this video, which highlights some of the meeting’s events.

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