Sale and marketing (DK)

Project partners
Entrepreneurs and SMEs in Vejen Municipality

Contact data
Else Mejer
tel. + 45 30 112 177
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Key words Supporting entrepreneurship, unique selling point, competitive advantages, education/training

Main problems to be solved (analysis)
The SMEs in Vejen are often very capable of developing and producing products of high quality, but when it comes to sale and marketing the tradition and practise is not well developed.

Policy frameworks to be dealt with/fitting in

Aim of the project
The aim is to strengthen the companies to be better at sales / marketing, thereby supporting them in the development and growth of their business.

(Expected) Results
50 entrepreneurs and SMEs in Vejen within a variety of lines of business are following the programme and/or are developed and implemented strategies for sale and marketing

(Expected) outcome within the WP
To encourage SMEs to develop new commercial products and processes

(Expected) outcome for the region as a whole (impact of the project)

Planning 2010 - 2011

Costs 10.000 euro

Financing Vital Rural Area and Vejen Municipality


1 Which successes were achieved so far in the pilot project?

  • A number of companies have been trained and improved their skills in sales and marketing

2 What are the expected boundary conditions for the project to be implemented?

  • Using the presented tools is an on-going and for many companies a new process, so there must be an on-going focus on implementation in the individual companies.

3 Which related projects can be studied or consulted (other innovative best practice examples) before starting to think on implementation?

4 What is the applicability / transferability of the project?

  • Sale is a challenge for many companies regardless of frontiers, where the presentation and implementation of a number of specific sales tools will sharpen business focus.

5 Which tools does the project bring in to alleviate / help starting up implementation elsewhere? 

Step by step

  • Identifying theneed for training in sales / marketing in the local companies
  • Identifying the relevant courses
  • Preparation ofcontent / expected outcomes of a structured sales effort
  • Cooperationwith relevant teachers / lecturers
  • Facilitating the course; Where, when, duration etc.
  • Marketing material; brochures, advertising, direct contact, etc.
  • Administrationof participants
  • Conducting the series of courses
  • Evaluation

6 Sustainability

  • Increased sale is an on-going challenge for many companies, so the courses developed in the project, now continued outside the project.

b) what are the benefits of the project seen from the Profit, Planet, and People side?

Date of production of this format – latest version 19.4.2013