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3g Selling Expands Virtual Training Program Offerings to Business Management, Marketing and Communication

New Modular Approach Allows Clients To Create Custom, Live Virtual Training Programs

Check out our expanded program offerings on the new 3g Selling website!

3g Selling, pioneer in live virtual training solutions, continues to move leading business training programs from the traditional classroom, where they have been primarily offered, into the virtual world. By incorporating the same highly engaging and effective techniques, such as integrating on-the-job application with learning, 3g Selling further extends its offerings to courses in business management and leadership, marketing, and communications. In addition, most of the new training programs will include Learning Elements™, which can stand alone or be combined to create a custom course to meet the client’s specific needs.

3g Selling founding partner Beverly Lock explains the reason for this expansion: “Our clients found our approach to live virtual training so effective, they asked if we could extend our offerings to topic areas other than sales training. Over the past several years, we have designed and delivered programs in business management and leadership, marketing, and communications so we were able to take this proven content and design it into our unique live virtual format.”

“These programs also incorporate a variety of Learning Elements, which our clients can use as custom program building blocks to save themselves the time and money of creating a program from scratch,” Lock adds.

These new live virtual training programs include training in topics ranging from performance coaching to designing, managing, and measuring effective marketing campaigns. For a list of offerings, visit our new website and explore the new 3g Selling training programs.

Employing its unique approach to the design, development and delivery of live virtual training, 3g Selling helps clients not only save time and money but also achieve better training results than with more traditional classroom training methods.

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