It takes 10 months or more for a new sales rep to be fully productive.

Takeaway: You likely invest a lot of time and resources hiring new employees. Don’t waste all that effort by neglecting to train your new hires. The more effort you put into their growth, the more likely they are to succeed.


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Retaining current customers cost 6 to 7 times less than acquiring new ones.

Takeaway: Develop a customer retention strategy. This could include monthly newsletters or requests for feedback....
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The average company spends $10K – $15K hiring an individual and only $2K a year in sales training.

Takeaway: It costs a lot of money to hire new employees. Consequently, companies should prioritize...
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Continuous training gives 50% higher net sales per employee.

Takeaway: Contrary to what you may believe, training doesn't just benefit new employees. Instead, consider...
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