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Sales Pond unite with Rev Sales Network

Sales Pond unite with Rev Sales Network to Lift Sales Quality

Auckland, New Zealand – Dec 21, 2009 – Sales social networking website Sales Pond has partnered with the Rev Sales Network in a national alliance designed to raise the bar in sales effectiveness within New Zealand businesses.

Many sales professionals are looking for answers to tough sales questions, as well as seeking ways to improve their sales skills and advance their career. The Rev Sales Network and Sales Pond alliance is the perfect platform for the thousands of sales professionals and small business owners in New Zealand to do just that.

The Rev Sales Network is a nationwide personal and professional development network for New Zealand’s motivated sales people. The Rev Sales Network (“RSN”) provides learning and networking opportunities, encouragement and support to help salespeople fulfil their potential.

Sales Pond is an online social networking and resource centre for salespeople. The website is fresh and vibrant and contains more relevant sales-related content than ever before, including thousands of resources and networking opportunities.

Together, Rev Sales Network and Sales Pond are aiming to help New Zealand develop a world leading sales profession that can support and build more world beating businesses.

RSN Founder Richard Liew says, “We are thrilled to have Sales Pond as our online partner as we believe that the online sales resources provided by Sales Pond complement our offline services for sales people nicely. Both organisations are committed to the advancement of the sales profession in this country and we look forward to being able to help raise the professionalism of Kiwi sales people which will have a positive flow on effect for New Zealand’s businesses.”

RSN Memberships that include access to Sales Pond are now available at www.rsn.co.nz

For more information about Rev Sales Network (RSN) please visit www.rsn.co.nz
For more information about Sales Pond please visit www.salespond.com

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