WELCOME TO THE SOUTH-EAST ASIAN SALES COMPETITION
Welcome to the home page of the South-East Asian Sales Competition (SEASAC). This website is designed to inspire, inform and hopefully influence you to become involved in the region’s premier annual sales competition and conference. Please explore this website to discover how you can benefit from this exciting initiative between the European Union and partners in South-East Asia.
The aim of the South-East Asian Sales Competition (SEASAC) competition and Sales Conference is to enhance the quality of sales education at higher education institutions in South-East Asia well developing student-centric and practically oriented sales studies. Whether you are a business, student, or university we are interested in hearing from you and how you can be involved. Please contact us
What is a sales competition?
A sales competition is an exciting interactive method of learning, which gives students opportunities to learn from businesses whilst at the same time introducing both sides to potential recruitment opportunities. It involves…
Why a sales competition?
Competitions allow for higher education students to increase their skills. The development of ethical sales skills improve students abilities to…..
What Business say about working with SEASAC?
Many business find it rewarding financially and socially working with SEASAC click “Read more” to see what they say…
Coming soon- regional benchmark in B2B sales education- the biggest ever South East Asian Sales Competition, sponsored by Salesforce
Universities across South-East Asia are undertaking join initiative to boost sales resilience in early March 2021. Traditionally, companies have taken […]
Consortium and Partners
South-East Asian Sales Competition (SEASAC) is co-financed by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education programme.
Disclaimer: This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein