Sunday, July 06, 2008

How to get Testimonials

London, UK

If you've done a good job as a corporate host or presenter, then make sure you get people to write and tell you. Testimonials are important in getting you new business opportunities. Here's a couple I received last year in addition to those on the left-hand side of this blog:

"Thank you so much for your input at our recent "Presentation Matters". The group truly gained effective presentation skills. We were amazed at the confidence of the students as a result of the skills they learnt." Lisa Quinn, Barnet Education Partnership.


"Jeremy gave an insightful and compelling talk about his selling and the sales cycle. I've used his day-to-day dealings with customers and colleagues alike" Judith Turner, Women in Property


4 comments:

Lord James Bigglesworth said...

Adore the suit.

And thanks.

Jeremy Jacobs said...

Thanks.

Lord James Bigglesworth said...

Looks pretty relaxed there.

John Catto said...

Agreed. Jeremy looks a bit laid back