THIS SPEAKER'S SET FEE PLACES HIM/HER WITHIN THE RANGE OF:
$7,501 to $15,000
|TRAVELS FROM: Illinois|
- Ditch the Pitch: Improvise to Sell More
- Brand Harmony: The Connection between Employees, Customers and Results
- “We”: Create Profitable Customer Relationships
- Unleash Your Latent Profit
Change | Communications | Finance | Motivation | Negotiations | Sales | Strategic Planning
Steve Yastrow challenges audiences to answer the question, “Do your customers believe in you?” His fresh, provocative approach to marketing, customer relationships and sales, along with his engaging speaking style, shows audiences how to create compelling customer beliefs that drive business results.
Audience members walk away from Steve’s keynotes and highly interactive workshops with concrete ideas they can act on immediately. Steve’s in-depth, real-world experiences advising hundreds of companies and organizations inform his practical, proven approach to driving business results.
Steve is the author of three books, Brand Harmony, We: The Ideal Customer Relationship and Ditch the Pitch. He is a former senior marketing executive with Hyatt Hotels and is now president of Yastrow and Company, his consulting firm.
BOOKS Search For A Book
- Ditch the Pitch: The Art of Improvised Persuasion (2014)
- Brand Harmony: Achieving Dynamic Results by Orchestrating Your Customer's Total Experience (2010)
- We: The Ideal Customer Relationship (2007)
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