I’ve been selling tickets for a week now and already I’ve met some really wonderful people. Indeed one meeting, in particular, has impressed me, though for various reasons (none of them salacious) it can’t be neatly summed up in a post.
Tomorrow I will chair a meeting at a Waggener Edstrom PR company, when I meet PR Geek.
My life is going to be stranger.
Guys, girls, team. As part of a forward thinking sales organisation, we must all learn to take stock and evaluate the week’s events. To seek learnings in our business practices, that allow us to fine tune our sales processes through proactive rapid iteration. To that end I will be doing a weekly sales review, and this is the review of week 1.
Needless to say (then why say it, mister?), the launch of ComedySale.Com is freaking […]
Hello I’m Sanderson Jones, and this is the first step in my mission to personally sell all the tickets to a massive gig in October. The idea started at the Edinburgh Fringe festival last year, when I sold tickets to my own stand up show on the street. Having once been a door-to-door salesman in the South of France (considerably less like a porn film than you’d think), chatting to festival goers enjoying themselves in […]
Ha! Look at me just one post back being all rude and “I’m the centre of the Universe. Who moved my cheese!”. This site is pretty much entirely about you-hoo, the internet people.
I really hope this is a place where you can come and have fun.
I will try my hardest to do that. Let’s make a party. It’s going to get beefy.
Right, this is nerve wracking (no this is nerve wracking). Tomorrow this site will go live and, after beavering away at it behind the scenes, ComedySale.com will be unveiled/unleashed/underwhelming (delete as appropes). After so much time working on it, and delays, and delays, and delays (did you know I first thought it would kick off in January? No. Of course you didn’t. There’s no way you could), the time for delaying is over.
To people who […]