Tag Archives: Sales 2.0

The Easiest Way to Meet or Beat Your B2B Sales Goals

by Tom Cates If you’re a salesperson, you probably focus mainly on finding new clients, but if you work in a mature business-to-business (B2B) industry, that isn’t always so simple. Let’s face it: these days, most B2B industries are mature! … Continue reading

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Sell Smarter: The Future of Sales

#s20c selfie! @Sales20Conf @gerhard20 with Chuck Penfield from @Oracle — Awesome conference! pic.twitter.com/h0UEsSzBiC — Deb Calvert (@PeopleFirstPS) May 5, 2014 We’re counting down to the next Sales 2.0 Conference, which will be in Boston on July 14. One of our … Continue reading

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Twitter for Enterprise: A Chat with @JohnFlynn4444

At the lunchtime break last month at the Sales Performance Management Conference we overheard a few attendees discussing the potential of Twitter for enterprise. John Flynn, new VP of Sales at Addvocate (a social enablement for enterprise solution) graciously agreed … Continue reading

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We’re Smarter Than Our Buyers

by Joanne S. Black Welcome to the age of the informed consumer, or the digital buyer … or “Buyer 2.0.” Once upon a time, in the days before Google, Amazon, Yelp, and social media, clients looked to salespeople for information … Continue reading

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Making Connections at the Sales 2.0 Conference: A Chat with Tristam Brown

Tristam Brown, CEO of LSA Global, spoke at our October 16 and 17 Sales Performance Management Conference in San Francisco about the importance of aligning talent, culture, and strategy. We caught up with Tris (as he’s called) onsite for this quick interview. … Continue reading

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What I Learned at Sales 2.0: A Chat with Karen Kennedy

What do sales leaders learn at our events? Find out in our interview with attendee Karen Kennedy, VP of Sales at ValleyCrest Companies, who joined us at the October 16 and 17 Sales Performance Management in San Francisco. How does this … Continue reading

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Love and Aggression: Thoughts on Corporate Cultures

By Lisa Gschwandtner Before every Sales 2.0 Conference, we host a dinner for our speakers (cleverly, we call this our “Speakers Dinner”). The conference host, Gerhard Gschwandtner, has made a tradition of starting each dinner by posing a single question. … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Your Reps Depend on Technology

by Joanne Black Joanne will speak at the Sales Performance Management Conference on Thursday, October 17 at 1:30 during her breakout session, “Pick Up the Damn Phone! How People, Not Technology, Seal the Deal.” Register now to attend. The digital world—as … Continue reading

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Get to Know a Sales 2.0 Conference Speaker

Here are a few positive, insightful, and instructive tweets from folks who will be on stage next week at our Sales Performance Management Conference in San Francisco. Not registered yet? Fix that now (quickly — space is limited). On your … Continue reading

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Leading Change in a Sales Organization

Change isn’t easy under any circumstances, but it can be especially tough for sales leaders to put their organizations on a new and better path. Although everyone in theory wants to improve, trusting change can be tricky. And large-scale change … Continue reading

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