Local Business Professionals Praise Free Sales Training Program for Positive Results Free Registration Now Open For Small Business Sales Training

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San Bernardino, April 23, 2014– Registration is open for the “Small Business Thursdays Sales Coaching and Rally,” a group training program offered by San Bernardino Employment and Training Agency.

“The program is geared to small businesses interested in learning how to increase sales and revenue,” said Melissa Luna of SBETA. Key points focus on easy to follow sales processes and insights of what does and does not work for successful sales. The program will be held May 1 at the SBETA headquarters, 600 N. Arrowhead Avenue, Suite 300 in San Bernardino, and will include a light lunch.

Jeannette Hait of Hearing Aid Health Care says that the training program has shown positive results for her business. “We increased unit sales by sixty-six percent in only forty-five days simply by using the step-by-step tools and sales coaching…to fix our broken process and create one that works,” said Hait. “You cannot afford not to work with Small Business Thursdays.”

Chris Williams and Martha Hanlon, authors of Customers Are The Answer To Everything, will conduct a 90 minute workshop as part of SBETA’s no-cost, hi-impact group-sales coaching program.

“With the help of Chris Williams and Martha Hanlon we increased our sales thirty percent in 2013…and we’re on track to double revenue in 2014,” said Ray Anderson, President of Anderson Business Consulting.

To register, contact Melissa Luna at maluna@sbeta.com  or (909) 9151728.   The event is sponsored and paid for by the San Bernardino Employment and Training Agency (SBETA).


SBETA is a federally funded program operating under the Workforce Investment Act. The organization is dedicated to assisting the businesses and job seekers of San Bernardino.  They are a recognized innovator in helping small business.

SBETA provides personalized business consulting services that focus on the needs of each organization. The City of San Bernardino Workforce Investment Board (WIB) oversees the agency. The WIB has long been concerned about business health, and focuses on providing long-term business growth through a well trained workforce.

SBETA is an equal opportunity employer/program and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. To learn more about opportunities and services available through SBETA visit http://www.sbeta.com.