TinderBox, Sales Management Association to Share Top 2016 Sales Predictions in Live Webinar Tuesday
Execs from Return Path, SHIFT Selling and TinderBox to Discuss What to Expect in New Year
INDIANAPOLIS (Nov. 9, 2015) — TinderBox, a leader in sales productivity technologies, announced today that its chief operating officer will join industry executives and the Sales Management Association for a live webcast at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15 to discuss the top 2016 predictions for sales.
Return Path’s sales development leader Christy Weymouth and Craig Elias, SHiFT Selling chief executive officer, will join TinderBox’s David Kerr to discuss the top disruptive developments expected to transform the selling profession in the next year.
“The selling profession is prime for disruption, as the balance of power continues to shift toward hyper-empowered buyers,” said Kerr. “We’ve brought together the leading minds in sales for this webcast to explore when and why these changes are coming and how companies can prepare.”
Key topics planned for the webcast include:
- why fewer metrics could lead to more sales;
- will 2016 be the year that LinkedIn is supplanted by a sales-focused competitor; and
- what sales tech consolidation will mean for sales.
Registration for the webcast is free and is available online here.
The news of the webcast follows the launch of TinderBox’s 2016 Sales Predictions. Based on expert insights from leading sales and marketing executives, the predictions outline the changes companies can expect to see in sales in 2016 and how best companies can prepare for the forthcoming changes.
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