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Writing a follow up email

It's a pretty busy world that we all live in, and not everybody has time to read all of the emails that are sent their way. If you've sent a business email but haven't got a response, never fear! OpenLanguage's lesson on follow-up emails is here!...

Host: Spencer, Adam
Grammar: reach

Published: April 26, 2016

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Getting a Client Buy-In Part I

You’ve managed to get the client’s attention, even managed to get a face-to-face meeting, but how do you finally convince them to go with your idea? In today’s lesson we’ll talk about how to get the client buy-in....

Host: Spencer, Adam
Grammar: suffixes

Published: March 10, 2016

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Who's Paying

Even though paying the bill at a restaurant seems like a pretty simple thing to do, in reality it can be one of the more complicated parts of our daily lives.We’ll look at what makes it so difficult in today’s lesson....

Host: Spencer, Adam
Grammar: I_insist

Published: January 28, 2015

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Designing a Logo

A logo gives a first impression of your product and service. Successful brands have logos that tell customers what the brand stands for. Find out how to communicate your logo ideas to a designer and how to give constructive feedback when the design isn't what you want....

Host: Jenny, Chris

Published: September 10, 2014

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Working with a Designer

Today, we’re learning about how to work with a designer. If you work with designers on a regular basis, this lesson is for you!...

Host: Jenny, Chris
Grammar: As_much_as

Published: August 27, 2014

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Meeting a New Client

A new potential client just walked in the door! Are you ready to greet her? Will you get the sale?Be ready to meet a new client at any time after listening to today's intermediate lesson....

Host: John, Cynthia

Published: January 10, 2014

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Showing the Client Around the Office

In today’s lesson, you’ll learn how to give a client a tour around the office. An important client just flew in.  After spending the night in town, he comes into the office for a tour....

Host: John, Cynthia

Published: October 18, 2013

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Account Management Skills

Where have all the clients gone? That's a question no manager wants to face! In today's lesson, one manager tackles this important topic with the company CEO and learns how to provide better account management....

Host: John, Cynthia

Published: October 09, 2013

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Making a Cold Call

When it comes to making cold calls, you are in charge! Successful cold callers are always in demand. They can always make things happen - for themselves and for other people. Today, we will learn words and phrases that will help you be successful with cold calling....

Host: John, Cynthia
Grammar: imperatives

Published: August 09, 2013

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Giving a Corporate Sales Pitch

Your phone calls and follow-up efforts have paid off, and you have made an appointment to visit a prospect in person and make a sales pitch. How can you make sure it's a success? In today’s lesson, we talk about different strategies when giving a sales presentation. We’ll cover lots of great vocabul...

Host: John, Lisa
Grammar: Set_the_bar

Published: July 12, 2013

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Market Research 1: Consumer Survey

It’s very important to get the appropriate, valuable information necessary before launching your next, new product. Marketing research is invaluable to get the insights you need to create and improve what you offer to your customers. This is exactly what market surveys are for! In today’s lesson, ch...

Host: John, Lisa
Grammar: Well-received

Published: May 31, 2013

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Sorry I'm Late

Being late for work is a common problem that we all face. But, telling your boss why you are late is difficult, especially when you have to do it in English. In this podcast, listen in as several people arrive late for a meeting. You’ll learn some great words and phrases to use to apologize for bein...

Host: Marco, erica
Grammar: supposed_to

Published: November 22, 2012

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