Santa Cruz, CA (PRWEB) February 16, 2016
Sales Dot Two, Inc., producer of a leading industry event series for B2B sales managers and executives, is pleased to announce that the agenda for Sales 2.0 Conference has been partially finalized. The event is scheduled to take place on May 2, 2016 in Boston at the Westin Boston Waterfront. Registrations can be found at http://www.sales20conf.com/Boston2016/register.html.
Attendees will learn proven strategies to improve the productivity, efficiency, and performance of their sales organizations. Speakers and presentations include the following.
Why Your Reps Should Spend Less Time with Customers
Speaker: Jennifer Stanley, Partner, McKinsey & Company
No Longer a Luxury: Why Sales Enablement is a Must-Have
Speaker: Peter Ostrow, Vice President & Research Group Director, Aberdeen Group
The Six Elements of Sales Development: What It Takes to Lead a World-Class Team
Speaker: Trish Bertuzzi, President and Chief Strategist, The Bridge Group, Inc.
Sales Technology Overload: How to Select the Right Tools for Your Sales Organization
Speaker: Sam Capra, RVP of Sales, East Coast, DxContinuum, Inc.
Coach by the Numbers: Using Call Outcomes to Drive Efficient and Effective Improvement (with Real Live Call Recordings!)
Speaker: Chris Beall, CEO, ConnectAndSell
How to Double Your Sales Team's Productivity and Active Selling Time
Speaker: Matt Heinz, President, Heinz Marketing Inc.
For more information, visit http://www.sales20conf.com/Boston2016/about.html.
Sales 2.0 Conference host and Selling Power founder Gerhard Gschwandtner says the DNA of a sales organization relies on three factors. “The success of any sales team is a combination of people, process, and technology,” he says. “This event in Boston will reveal winning tactics and strategies for sales leaders who are committed to increasing sales performance and revenue in 2016 and beyond.”
About the Sales 2.0 Conference
The Sales 2.0 Conference showcases leadership strategies and SaaS technologies that help B2B sales and marketing leaders create more competitive teams and drive higher profit. Attendees learn how to achieve measurable success in such areas as CRM use, sales and marketing collaboration, lead generation and pipeline management, social media for sales and marketing, analytics and metrics management, customer engagement, sales transformation and change leadership, and sales process improvement.