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Name of business:
Simon Kenna Telesales Training London
Yell.com page on which the listing is the subject of your complaint:
Review that you believe is false or otherwise defamatory:
Simon and I talked through where I needed a colleague to be and where I thought he was going wrong. There was a clear plan in place by Simon for when he arrived and wasted no time in getting him up to scratch. Our telesales operative is now calling more people, better motivated and not wasting time on dead end opportunities. Sales? They're up too and he's setting more meetings for larger deals. I've already recommended Simon to others in my industry and will be looking to get Simon back when we look to take on more staff next year.
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