Attendees can ask a panel of experts any question on sales/marketing and learn from each other. Who should attend? Anyone who wants to increase their sales and be a better marketer.
· Answers to your sales and marketing questions
· Key sales questions to ask prospect/client
· Why is marketing critical to your overall business plan?
· Why is developing a marketing strategy important?
Tom Meyer is a sales and marketing professional with a 37 year history of accomplishments in strategic selling, sales and product management and business development. Per Tom, "The key to my success in working with large corporate clients is to follow strategic selling principles, as well as, provide solution and servant based approaches with my clients. My goal with this panel is to help our SCORE clients develop effective sales and marketing plans, secure mutually successful long term customer relationships and to grow sales and revenue."
Alesha Henley is an experienced marketing professional, who has worked at highly branded companies such as Rust-Oleum, Orbitz, Ameritech (now AT&T), Blue Cross Blue Shield, and the St. Louis Regional Chamber. Today she is the Founder & CEO of a Dose of Insight, a marketing strategy and consulting firm. Alesha also serves as the Senior Managing Director of the Center of Creative Arts (COCA).
Jim Cornbleet is an accomplished business executive with broad experience in areas including fundraising, sales, marketing, and finance. His successful 35 year career working in not-for-profits, mid/small sized businesses and Fortune 500 companies has provided him with exceptional insights into achieving excellence in performance through people, strategy and processes. Jim currently does sales/development and coaching/advising.
-Upon registering you will receive a confirmation email with the SCORE Zoom link to attend.
-You do not need a Zoom account to participate.
-Registration closes 24 hours before the start of the workshop.
-Please connect 5 minutes in advance to be sure you have a good connection. The workshop begins promptly at 11 AM and concludes by Noon.