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The End of Self-Centered Selling

by Mark Roberge In 2007, I was tasked with building a sales team from the ground up at HubSpot. One of the first things I did was set up coffee meetings with dozens of VPs of sales at software companies, … 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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Sales 2.0 Solution: How Many Cold Calls Can You Make in One Day?

When revenue depends on how many calls a sales rep can make in a day, time is money. Anyone who saw The Pursuit of Happyness might remember how the main character, Chris Gardner, worked desperately to squeeze extra minutes and … Continue reading

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Seven Insights about Revenue Acceleration: A Sales 2.0 Conference Recap

Here are seven insights I took away from the April 2012 Sales 2.0 Conference about how companies can stop playing catch up—and quickly scale their people, process and technology to match the growth opportunities in the market and accelerate revenue. Continue reading

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