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The new demonstrating to win! : the indispensible guide for demonstrating complex products

Author: Robert Riefstahl
Publisher: Colorado Springs, CO : Demonstrating to WIN, LLC., 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The demonstration or presentation of complex products like technology or medical devices is like leading a person over a treacherous ravine. Throughout a demo or presentation, your prospect wants to run back to the relative safety of their existing world. This book will help you comfortably lead your prospect to your solution and make you the best demonstrator and presenter in your field!--from amazon.com.
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Riefstahl
ISBN: 9780615477091 0615477097
OCLC Number: 884725692
Description: xv, 326 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Demonstrating to win! :
Responsibility: written by Robert Riefstahl.

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The demonstration or presentation of complex products like technology or medical devices is like leading a person over a treacherous ravine. Throughout a demo or presentation, your prospect wants to run back to the relative safety of their existing world. This book will help you comfortably lead your prospect to your solution and make you the best demonstrator and presenter in your field!--from amazon.com.

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