Category Archives: Sales 2.0 Conference

3 Case Studies from the Sales 2.0 Conference: ClearSlide, DemoChimp, and DivTECH

Great sales leaders know how and when to take action. Here are some stories from recent Sales 2.0 Conference sponsors and how their customers executed successful implementations. Continue reading

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5 Things Data Cannot Do for Salespeople

Analytics help us get to our buyers earlier in the sales cycle. Yes, we can predict buyer behavior. But then it’s up to salespeople and sales leaders to interpret the information and reach out. We have incredible tools today for research. But people still seal the deal. Continue reading

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The Right Mindset: Sales 2.0 Takeaways

Mindset – the right one, the best one, the most effective one – was my biggest takeaway from the Sales 2.0 Conference, an event that brings together some of the brightest minds spanning many different industries. Here are a few thoughts from the April event that stuck with me on the plane ride home. Continue reading

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3 Steps to Make Better Sales Hiring and Training Investments

Sales leaders are always under pressure to improve performance. In many organizations, that starts with hiring the right people. However, according to experts at Sales Performance International (SPI), many sales leaders are making hiring decisions based solely on gut instinct. … Continue reading

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Strengthen Customer Relationships with Digital Listening

By Suresh Balasubramanian According to a SiriusDecisions study, 65 percent of organizations say that sales reps spend too much time on nonselling activities. Here are some of the most common ways salespeople lose core selling time:      trying to figure out … Continue reading

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Four Tips to Help B2B Sellers Succeed with Millennial Buyers

by Dustin Grosse Understanding Millennials (Generation Y) is critical to future success in any business; this group of 80 million Echo Boomers will make up 50 percent of the US workforce by 2020. They were raised on technology and are … Continue reading

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Three Pillars of Sales Success

If you run a sales organization, you know how difficult it can be to stay on top of technology solutions that will help your salespeople perform better and enable them to have successful conversations with customers. On March 16 at … Continue reading

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Lead the Life You Want: 3 Traits of Very Successful People

  Stew Friedman will be presenting more insight at the Sales 2.0 Conference in Philadelphia on March 16. Register now to join him there and learn more about how sales leaders can achieve greater levels of success in all areas … Continue reading

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What Will You Learn as a Sales Leader in 2015?

As we prepare to ring in the New Year, many sales leaders we know naturally start thinking about their goals for becoming better, faster, and smarter. We help sales leaders think about this kind of thing all year-round. That’s why … Continue reading

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What Type of Networker Are You?

by Alice Heiman “It’s who you know.” People want to do business with people they know, like, and trust. Building these bonds generates business and keeps you on the forefront of your industry. It takes time, but it is critical. One of … Continue reading

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