Formation Anglais Commercial (Entreprises)

La formation à l'anglais Gymglish PRO (plan de formation ou du Droit Individuel à la Formation (DIF) s'adressent aux entreprises désireuses de proposer à leurs collaborateurs une formation professionnelle à l'anglais, à distance ou en Blended Learning.

 

Formation Anglais Commercial

 

Gymglish PRO ANGLAIS COMMERCIAL


• Durée de formation : 12 mois  (max. 40 heures) ou 6 mois (max. 20 heures)

• Niveau prérequis :  tous niveaux (sauf débutants)

• Suivi et Attestation de fin de formation

• Prise en charge et Gestion Directe avec les OPCA si besoin

  
 

Notre formation à l’anglais commercial est personnalisée et adaptée à vos lacunes et besoins. Vous pourrez choisir de travailler en priorité l'écrit, l'oral, un accent en particulier, les échanges par email, téléphone.... Dans le cadre de l'offre Anglais Commercial, nous vous proposerons chaque jour un nouvel épisode de la Delavigne Corporation traitant en priorité de situations et terminologies commerciales : prospection, vente, négociation, représentation, etc.





Voici quelques exemples d'épisodes ANGLAIS COMMERCIAL :


1/ The Perfect Client (Scene 1 of 2)anglais commercial
Philip receives a telephone call
 

 


2/ The Perfect Client (Scene 2 of 2)
The conversation continues
 

 
 

3/
The Art of Salesmanship: Philip and the Cold Caller
Philip receives a first call
 
 


4/ The Art of Salesmanship: Philip and the Cold Caller
Philip receives a second call
 
  


5/ The Art of Salesmanship: Philip and the Cold Caller
Philip receives a third call
 
  


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Voici le script des audios ANGLAIS COMMERCIAL :


1/ The Perfect Client (Scene 1 of 2)
Philip receives a telephone call


Philip: Delavigne Corporation, Philip Cheeter speaking.

Steffi: Philip? Hello, it's Steffi Fünffinger of Epikure Kosmetiks in Munich, Germany.

Philip: Steffi! How're you doing? How's the weather in Munich?

Steffi: The weather? It's just below the seasonal average. Philip, I wanted to alert you to a small problem we have.

Philip: What? A problem? Have you received our shipment?

Steffi: Yes, yes, it arrived this morning. The problem is that we can't pay you.

Philip: What? You can't pay? But why? Have you received some broken bottles? I'll kill that shipping agent!

Steffi: There's no need for violence. The bottles are not broken, everything is fine with the merchandise. We just can't pay.

Philip: No need for violence? Steffi, you're killing me here! How could you do this to me!

Steffi: I can explain the problem. We can't pay because we haven't received your invoice.



2/ The Perfect Client (Scene 2 of 2)
The conversation continues

 
 Philip: So you're calling to tell me that you haven't received an invoice from us? Steffi, if only every client were like you. I'll get in touch with our Accounts Department and get them to send it to you right away. Problem solved?

Steffi: Yes Philip. Thank you.

Philip: Thank you to you! Bye. No need for violence! I am gonna kill that Quincy!

Icarus: Icarus Quincy speaking.

Philip: Icarus!!! You have 2 seconds to tell me why I have a client calling me to say they haven't received their invoice!!!

Icarus: I don't know Philip! Maybe it's slightly late! Clients usually never complain about missing invoices!

Philip: You bet they don't, Quincy, but this one did! Clients like Steffi are once in a lifetime, Quincy. Send Epikure that invoice so that they pay us and I can get my commission, or I'll send you to Munich! In a box.
 



3/
The Art of Salesmanship: Philip and the Cold Caller
Philip receives a first call


Philip: Hello. Philip Cheeter.

John: Oh good morning Mr. Cheeter. My name's John and I'm calling from the National Investment Institute, have you heard of us?

Philip: No I haven't and I'm not interested in whatever it is you're selling.

John: Oh, ok, sorry to bother you. Have a nice-

Philip: Wait! You're giving up already? What kind of salesperson are you? I'm gonna hang up and I want you to start again. But this time give me your best sales pitch! Got it?

John: Yeah...
   


4/ The Art of Salesmanship: Philip and the Cold Caller
Philip receives a second call


Philip: Hello. Philip Cheeter.

John: Good morning Mr Cheeter! My name's John and I'm calling from the National Investment Institute. How would you like to retire at the age of 45?

Philip: Um interesting. Retiring at 45 sounds... good!

John: I would like to invite you to a free seminar where you can learn how to invest in property-

Philip: Stop! Stop! Stop! It was a good start, but now it sounds like you're reading from a script. I want you to tear up your notes and call back. Know your product! Improvise! Convince me! And change your name – it sounds stupid.
 
    


5/ The Art of Salesmanship: Philip and the Cold Caller
Philip receives a third call


Philip: Hello. Philip Cheeter.

John: Good morning my name's Chuck and I'm calling from the National Investment Institute. Imagine yourself five years from now sitting on your own private yacht in Monaco. If you come to our 'millionaire' seminar I guarantee you can turn this dream into reality. Tickets for the seminar are selling fast, normally for $100 dollars, but I can let you go for free. But, of course, if you aren't serious about securing your financial future, Mr. Cheeter... Mr. Cheeter? Mr. Cheeter?

Philip: I'm sorry John. I wasn't listening to any of that. Could you start again from the top?

John: Ahhh! You ffff-

  

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