Ashburn, VA – Sales UpRising, LLC. ®, a full-service business coaching company that helps small businesses reach their growth goals, announced today that it has bought Emerson Reese Creative (“Emerson Reese Creative”). Sales UpRising just celebrated its sixth anniversary on August 31, 2022. This is the company’s first acquisition, which will increase its presence in the business coaching market by adding small businesses that help the events industry.
To celebrate, the party took place at The Ballpark Loudoun (20051 Riverside Cmns Plz Suite 100, Ashburn, VA 20147) on September 14, 2022, from 5-8 pm. With clients from all over the country and the world, Sales UpRising has made an impact by putting sales first to help small businesses grow and expand. During their time in business, they have helped their clients bring in more than $3 million in revenue. With this purchase, Sales UpRising is adding to its growing list of clients and growing team of employee advisors.
“We are overjoyed to have been able to hire one of our own certified trainers, allowing us to collaborate even more closely with other local firms in the event industry. Sales UpRising CEO Katie Nelson added that Kelly Peck will remain as the Head Business Coach, as we expand our operations across the United States and around the world.”
“After working with Kelly for many years as both a coach and a licensor, I am happy to welcome Emerson Reese to our team. Together, we will continue to provide outstanding support to our valued patrons. To learn more about Sales UpRising, visit them online at www.salesuprising.com.
About Katie Nelson: Katie Nelson, “The Sales Catalyst,” shares her love for sales and business by delivering authentic and energetic talks for business owners, business groups, and conferences alike. She has spoken at the Tower Club, the Virginia Women’s Business Conference, and more. Audiences leave inspired and with the understanding that success is not only possible but achievable for them all! Katie has a charismatic style that both educates and entertains. She provides a unique perception of what it takes to be a top-notch salesperson, along with different tactics and takeaways that can be used immediately.
“When people focus on the close or the money, it can make them tense up and feel awkward. You might feel like you are suffocating the connection and the natural flow of conversation,” explained Katie.
“All prospect conversations should start freely and are an opportunity to connect with another individual or business owner. That can be fun in your work. Sales conversations are about sharing your solution with someone in a way that excites them, inspires them, and makes them want to choose you.”