Not just any sales meeting but a David Salisbury sales meeting
16 March 2018
Sales meetings can often be thought of as somewhat dry occasions with a fixed agenda and not much scope for straying off topic. Think of some of those much used pieces of business jargon: ‘blue sky thinking,’ anyone? Or, ‘It’s on my radar.’
Not here at David Salisbury! It is always good to get together with our expert team of sales designers, who are spread all around the country. Yesterday’s meeting at our London showroom at The Chelsea Gardener was a typically exuberant encounter.
It is fascinating to hear what customers are currently asking for or interesting design challenges that we are being asked to overcome.
Of course, one of the benefits of working with David Salisbury, is that we have an industry leading team ready to lend their expertise to your project.
Adding an orangery to a Listed Building? One of our specialisms but every project brings its own unique aspects so best talk to an expert designer. Considering a conservatory for a thatched cottage – read some examples via our ever popular case studies.
The growing interest in our oak framed buildings was a notable highlight of the meeting – don’t forget to read about our passion for this amazing timber and why we only use the finest oak available, in one of our previous Blogs.
We’re also working hard to continually invest in and develop the quality of our design concept drawings – we’ll look forward to sharing more news on this in the coming months.
More than anything, it was great to hear about the sheer passion from our team of designers for creating beautiful extensions, whether it be a timber garden room, orangery or even a pool enclosure, a project for which we have seen an increase in interest this year. From Darlington to Dorchester and from Eastbourne to Exeter, we have been busy designing our award-winning orangeries.
And, in case you’re wondering, the most annoying piece of management speak or business jargon, according to a recent survey, was to ‘touch base offline’ – or what you and I might more readily understand as, ‘let’s meet and talk.’
Crazy! Now we’re off for a bit of thinking outside the box (thinking creatively) before close of play (the end of the working day)…have a nice weekend!