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Elevate your skills in suggestive selling within the food and beverage industry with our one day training program. Designed for professionals looking to enhance their sales techniques and increase revenue, this intensive course covers essential strategies and best practices for upselling and cross-selling in the hospitality sector.

Learn how to effectively communicate with customers, identify opportunities for additional sales, and maximize profits while providing exceptional service. This training program is in association with the School of Professional Executive Education Development (SPEED) by ASIA e University.

Take your career in the food and beverage industry to the next level with DHS Hospitality Academy. Request a quote today to discover how our Suggestive Selling training program can benefit you and your team. Master the art of increasing sales and delivering outstanding customer experiences with our expert-led course. Don't miss out on this valuable opportunity to boost your skills and drive success in the competitive hospitality market.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

1. Define : suggestive selling in Food & Beverage Outlets
2. Define term of ‘ suggestive selling’ and give some examples of suggestive selling technique
3. Increasing Food & Beverage Sales
4. Performing high standards

Content Delivery Method


HRD Corp Certified Course


Duration and Language

1 Day; available in English

Target Audience

Suitable for employees of all levels

Key Skillset Addressed

1. Implement suggestive selling techniques to enhance customer experience and sales.
2. Apply effective selling techniques, strategies, and consider menu pricing for profitability.
3. Follow steps for effective selling: reading the guest, making suggestions, providing information, offering options, using appetizing descriptions, encouraging the guest, closing the sale, and expressing gratitude.
4. Maintain high standards in service, quality, performance, responsibility, and actively seek feedback.
5. Utilize promotions during peak-off seasons and special holidays to boost sales and attract customers.
6. Encourage staff with incentives, rewards, bonuses, and recognize proactive behavior to motivate high performance.