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Sales Reinvented

We at Sales Reinvented are on a mission to change the negative perception of sales people. Each week we will be interviewing experts in the field of sales and sharing their knowledge, ideas and expertise with our listeners. They share with us in our vision of a world where selling is a profession to be proud of. The aim of our formatted show is to provide ‘snackable’ episodes that are short enough to listen to in one sitting but long enough to provide real value that will help you in your sales career. Welcome to the Sales Reinvented Podcast.
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At Sales Reinvented, we are on a mission to change the negative perception of selling. Welcome to the Sales Reinvented Podcast.

May 30, 2019

Sales Reinvented Podcast Episode 134: Mark Raffan.

Mark is the founder of Negotiations Ninja Training, a training and coaching business dedicated to developing and delivering the most engaging training and coaching in the world.

Having spent many years in c-suite negotiations, Mark decided to start his own firm to educate and train executives, M&A teams, sales teams, and procurement teams how to execute better negotiations and get more value out of their deals.

Mark is also the host of the Negotiations Ninja Podcast, the number 1 negotiation podcast on Google Play. Mark started Negotiations Ninja Podcast because he noticed a MASSIVE negotiation knowledge gap in the market. Mark interviews FBI negotiators, influential executives, world leading sales gurus, legal masterminds, and expert communicators to draw out what works in negotiation, what doesn’t work, and what we can do to get better.

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