The Sales 2.0 Conference is the leading industry event devoted to helping sales and sales operations leaders understand how to leverage Sales 2.0 technologies to enable better sales performance and results. The Sales 2.0 Conference focuses on the challenges and concerns of B2B sales and marketing executives. Here's what you'll learn:
- how to create a sales process ruled by metrics and measurement
- how internal teams can collaborate to promote productivity and enhance the customer experience
- ways to leverage technology to empower your team
- and much more!
Our mission is to create engaging learning experiences and exclusive networking opportunities for leaders of B2B sales organizations across all industries. We strive to inspire and motivate you to lead successful change.
The Sales 2.0 Conference validates your existing ideas and helps you find new ones. We are successful when you’ve found a new solution that can help your team sell and made connections with people who can help you create value.
Sales 2.0 Conference, San Francisco
Success in Real Time
May 5-6, 2014 | Learn more >
Sales 2.0 Conference, Boston
Success in Real Time
July 14, 2014 | Learn more >
Sales 2.0 Conference, Las Vegas
Sales & Marketing Convergence
September 18, 2014 | Save the date >
Details will be announced by June 1, 2014.
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"I recently attended the Sales 2.0 Conference in San Francisco – valuable in so many ways. Gerhard Gschwandtner's leadership and ability to involve participants in the general sessions as well as help make introductions set the tone for everything else. The speakers and topics are truly Sales 2.0 relevant with actionable ideas to take our sales team to the next level. Most importantly, the networking opportunities and connections have given me the tools to implement some very powerful shifts in our North American operations. Well done!"
– Director of Sales Effectiveness, North America, Dale Carnegie Training
"The Sales 2.0 Conference is a good event for any sales or marketing professional who wants to share and learn about best practices. Sessions are many and varied, and I believe most attendees would take away enough gems to warrant the cost in time and money."
– Vice President of Sales, Americas, Helimedia Limited