The 2018 Sales Performance Summit, hosted by the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade, goes above and beyond your average business conference.
It’s no secret that the world of sales is always growing, but it’s developing, changing, and innovating equally as fast.
That’s why the summit is tailored to helping professionals adapt and conquer the constant change.
Focused specifically on enterprise and B2B environments, the event discusses everything from landing that key account to helping it rise, grow, and flourish.
Professionals will learn how to use technology and social networks to land key accounts, and then be taught the best practices for navigating and managing them.
Insights, data, and techniques will also be shared for increasing sales conversions, as well as influencing decision makers.
This year’s keynote speaker is none other than Shane Gibson – an industry expert when it comes to social media marketing, social selling, and sales performance.
He’s addressed over 100,000 people across the world and lists at fifth on Forbes’ Top 30 Social Sales People in the World.
The summit includes three sessions over the course of a single day.
The first session discusses enterprise sales success, focusing on selling from business-to-business and in a large enterprise-level environment.
The second session will discuss adapting to the rapid growth of service and technology-based sectors in BC, as well as thriving within them.
The third session will discuss Salesforce leadership and the future of sales.
The 2018 Sales Performance Summit takes place on Wednesday, November 21 from 8:30 am to 5 pm at the Four Seasons Hotel.
Tickets to the event cost $249 (plus GST) for Board of Trade Members and $399 (plus GST) for non-members.
Where: Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver – 791 West Georgia Street, Vancouver
Time: 8:30 am to 9:30 pm
When: Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Admission: $249 (plus GST) for members; $399 (plus GST) for non-members
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