Free LinkedIn training for business masterclass launched by London coach

A new free LinkedIn training for business masterclass has been released by LinkedIn coaching service Win at LinkedIn. Linkedin coach Jonny Rose explains LinkedIn growth hacks for lead generation.

Croydon, United Kingdom - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A new free LinkedIn training masterclass video has been released by London LinkedIn coaching service, Win At LinkedIn, to help B2B startups and solopreneurs harness the social media platform for generating leads, nurturing prospects and closing deals.

The masterclass is the first of its kind and is a sixty minute video of Head LinkedIn coach Jonny Rose explaining 50 LinkedIn growth hacks he has used to grow a technology firm from a student startup to a seven-figure multinational company serving clients such as JP Morgan, Dell, AllianceBernstein and IHS Markit.

Rose explained the thinking behind the new service: “So many business owners are forced to pay extortionate prices for very basic workshops that teach how to use LinkedIn. We want to give this information for free so that companies and individuals can save money as they benefit from the world’s largest professional network.”

Win At LinkedIn was established in late 2017; students are coached by Rose in 1-2-1 30 mins coaching sessions over Skype where they are taught how to use LinkedIn to generate new business and improve their sales pipeline. These are single sessions or can also be in packages of three or six. Over 500 million senior executives and service providers from over 200 countries use LinkedIn and users leverage the platform for a variety of task including job hunting, content marketing, lead generation, e-learning and recruitment solutions.

Rose continued: “Over 70 private students have gone through the masterclass since Dec 2017 and we have received lots of positive feedback. Now we want to launch this as a free public product for anyone interested. Our hope is that the masterclass will birth a new generation of entrepreneurs who become sales machines and can competently use LinkedIn to grow their companies to seven figures in revenue.”

The masterclass will be available on the Win At LinkedIn website from Tuesday 13th February, 2018.

For further information about LinkedIn coaching for business can be found at Win At LinkedIn.

Contact Info:
Name: Jonny Rose
Email: winatlinkedin@gmail.com
Organization: Win At Linkedin
Address: 6 Scarbrook Road , Croydon, England CR0 3JP, United Kingdom
Phone: +1-780-751-5325

For more information, please visit https://www.winatlinkedin.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300297

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