Nigel TempleNigel Temple BA (Hons) MCIM is a sales and marketing consultant, trainer, speaker and author. He was trained to sell by Rank Xerox and he served as a coach on the Solution Selling sales training programme.

He has a LinkedIn network of over 25 million people and he has shown thousands of professionals, business owners and executives, including marketing and sales teams how to get better results from LinkedIn.

“Thank you for the LinkedIn training session, it was very insightful.” ~ Sales Manager, Californian based AI company

Nigel has written over a million words of promotional copy for thousands of different professional services, manufacturing, B2C and B2B enterprises. His first book was entitled Writing Copy for the Web. Nigel served as a Faculty Member and Course Director with CIM (the Chartered Institute of Marketing) for 12 years.

As a trainer and speaker, he puts everyone at their ease during his workshops and talks. He motivates delegates to take action and use LinkedIn on a regular basis. Using social media in the right way is a core skill within a digital economy. His average delegate satisfaction rating is 93%.

Nigel is the founder of The Marketing Compass, a social media website which focuses on sales and marketing issues.

Nigel has more than 14000 Followers on Twitter, as well as thousands of connections via other social media platforms. He holds an honours degree in Marketing, from Greenwich University and was originally trained to sell by Rank Xerox. He is a trainer in Tony Buzan’s Mind Mapping and Learning-to-Learn systems.

Nigel is a knowledgeable and engaging presenter who always packs a great deal into his presentations. He is an experienced seminar trainer / conference speaker, using a variety of approaches to embed the learning process. He carefully tailors each presentation to the needs of the client.

His training services include: Mailchimp trainingCopywriting training | Capsule CRM training | SEO training

Nigel’s training clients include Broadcom, Hodge Bank, Mizuno, the NHS, Robert Dyas, the UK Parliament, Unilever, the University of Cambridge and many others.