Aligning priorities to optimise efficiency

On 16 – 18 March 2020 at the lovely Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin in Noordwijk, The Netherlands, the European edition of our RevGen Insight Summit will bring together senior sales and revenue business leaders from across the continent and beyond to discuss current industry challenges and how best to tackle them.

Key themes under discussion include; the need to transform sales and marketing in the buyer’s economy, nurturing a positive sales culture to drive productivity, governing the borders between sales and marketing to align priorities, defining the value of sales enablement for your organisation, harnessing the power of AI/ML and deriving meaning from your metrics to translate success.

From case studies that lift the lid on operations inside best-in-class organisations, to workshops and collaborative sessions that focus on real challenges and future technology innovations, to one-to-one meetings with industry peers offering practical advice tailored to your specific needs, the summit provides you with everything you need to implement your key projects more effectively.

Our Approach

Every GDS Summit has one stated aim: to help attending executives implement their key projects more effectively. We do this by developing an in-depth understanding of those executives' project needs, the business outcomes they want to achieve, and the challenges they face in terms of hitting those goals.

Who Attends

Our summits are designed for executives looking to take their business to the next level – from market-leading brands to disruptive new entrants. As such, we’ve worked with some of the world’s best-loved and most forward-thinking businesses.
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Attendees Include

The upcoming summit will welcome executives from some of the world's biggest and most recognisable firms - as well as the most forward-thinking - as they look to address their project challenges.
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Behdad Banian
CMO Emerging Tech & New Business
Ericsson
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Brian Young
Chief Commercial Officer
Johnson Controls
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Robert Gaag
VP Corporate Sales EMEA
Lufthansa
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Jordi Vila
VP Sales Operations Europe
Nissan
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Soren Marklund
Global VP, Head of Customer Support Strategy Sales
Ericsson
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Laurent Saada
VP Global Sales Excellence
Straumann
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Kolja Eikelmann
CMO
PPG INDUSTRIES
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Frank Taaning Grundholm
VP Global HVACR Sales
ABB
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Marc Schäfer
Chief Commercial Officer
Rabobank
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John Alfrink
VP Sales
Thales
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Nick Malone
SVP EMEA South
SAP
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Pradipto Basu
Vice President, Digital
Cognizant

6 Challenges in Revenue Generation

Our summit is focused on solving your strategic challenges
  • Transforming sales and marketing in a buyer’s economy
  • Nurturing a positive sales culture to drive productivity
  • Governing the borders between sales and marketing to align priorities
  • Defining what sales enablement means for your organisation and how it can optimise your sales operations
  • Harnessing the power of data and analytics to tap into the value of AI/ML to gain competitive advantage
  • Deriving meaning from your metrics and translating the success of investments
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Summit Schedule

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Monday March 16, 2020
Summit registration
1:00pm - 6:00pm

Join us at 1.00 pm when registration opens to collect your badge, check-in, meet the on-site team, and start your 2.5 day Summit experience.

Solution provider briefing
2:00pm - 2:30pm

Our VP of Sales will brief you on the next 2 ½ days at the summit, giving you all the information you’ll need for your 1-2-1 meetings, the networking sessions and what to expect to maximise your summit experience.

Welcome remarks and delegate briefing
2:30pm - 2:45pm

Our Master of Ceremonies will kick off the Summit with a welcome brief and orientation session, giving you all the information you need to maximize your Summit experience.

Panel Discussion
2:45pm - 3:30pm
The perspectives of 4-5 industry experts into one of the key challenges we're all facing today. This will be moderated to create a session of different perspectives, opinions and tangible takeaways of how our panelists are tackling them.
The death of the salesman and the birth of the trusted advisor
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Eric van Antwerpen
VP and GM Global Sales - Manpower Group

There are multiple factors bringing about the evolution of the sales role; the emergence of a buyer’s economy, the proliferation of sales tech increasing the scope of sales reps etc.

  • How must the sales function adapt to account for change in an increasingly complex and disruptive environment?
  • How do we leave traditional sales tactics behind and become trusted advisors to our clients?
  • How can you drive this change in culture?
  • To what extent will the ability to preempt customer needs determine success?
Interview
3:30pm - 3:50pm
A one on one interview diving into the details of how to prepare yourself for the realities of one of the industry's top challengers.
Sales and marketing: a match made in heaven?

Failure to align sales and marketing teams is leading to wasted budget and resources, with the majority of MQLs never converting to a sale and a huge amount of content being squandered. The importance of these missed opportunities is shown in a Sirius Decisions study which found that companies that align sales and marketing teams achieve 24% faster growth rates.

  • How can you combine sales and marketing to more easily track results and drive revenue?
  • In what way is this shift being driven by the proliferation of sales automation and martech?
Roundtable Track 1
Session 1 - Challenges
3:50pm - 5:00pm
It’s all about identifying your challenges. What are the key questions that keep you up at night? What solutions are you looking for? Find common ground.
Transforming sales and marketing in a buyer's economy

Consumers continue to have increased access to information in today’s world, changing the way that they make decisions.

  • How does the educated consumer necessitate changes to pipeline management and the way you approach prospects in general?
  • In what way must training and development change to better equip sales and marketing to accommodate and communicate with consumers?
  • Are there any specific channels that are more useful in overcoming this challenge?
  • How can emerging sales tech give sellers more time to build relationships and become trusted advisors to their clients?
Roundtable Track 2
Session 1 - Challenges
3:50pm - 5:00pm
It’s all about identifying your challenges. What are the key questions that keep you up at night? What solutions are you looking for? Find common ground.
Nurturing a positive sales culture to drive productivity

Your sales culture, the attitudes, values and habits that characterise your team, is not as measurable as other indicators of productivity, such as call figures, but that does not mean that it is not equally important.

  • How do you develop leadership strategies that inspire passion and productivity and engender a positive sales culture to create high performance teams?
  • How can sales leaders effectively communicate how sellers’ individual actions contribute to long-term company goals?
  • How do you extend your sales culture beyond the sales floor to ensure revenue is not the sole responsibility of your sales reps?
  • Do we need to rethink individual commission incentives and explore hunting techniques that alleviate the ‘lone wolf’ mindset?
  • What is the relationship between a positive sales culture and the wellbeing of sales reps?
Roundtable Track 3
Session 1 - Challenges
3:50pm - 5:00pm
It’s all about identifying your challenges. What are the key questions that keep you up at night? What solutions are you looking for? Find common ground.
Governing the borders between sales and marketing to align priorities

The adoption of sales technology is helping sales professionals to considerably scale their outreach, as such taking on more responsibility as brand ambassadors.

  • How do you draw the line between where marketing finishes and sales begins?
  • How can marketeers extract the most value possible from the customer data collected by your sales function?
  • How much money are you wasting on the misalignment of sales and marketing?
  • How can you bring these two functions into alignment to achieve the most efficient operational process?
Roundtable Track 4
Session 1 - Challenges
3:50pm - 5:00pm
It’s all about identifying your challenges. What are the key questions that keep you up at night? What solutions are you looking for? Find common ground.
Defining what sales enablement means for your organisation and how it can optimise your sales operations

According to CSO Insights, 61% of organisations had a sales enablement person, programme or function in 2018 compared to just 19.3% five years ago.

  • How can you define what sales enablement means for your organisation and how can harnessing sales enablement tools transform your sales operations?
  • What is the best combination of sales tech and training for your organisation?
  • Which training methods are most effective for your salesforce?
  • How can you employ sales enablement techniques to personalise your customer experience?
  • When investing in sales enablement, how do you develop metrics to demonstrate ROI?
  • Who owns sales enablement?
Roundtable Track 5
Session 1 - Challenges
3:50pm - 5:00pm
It’s all about identifying your challenges. What are the key questions that keep you up at night? What solutions are you looking for? Find common ground.
Harnessing the power of data and analytics to tap into the value of AI/ML to gain competitive advantage
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John Patrick Shaw
CIO - Primeline Group
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Jeevantika Lingalwar
CTO - Primeline Group

In the modern consumer landscape, a deep understanding of your target market reigns supreme, which is why organisations need to embrace sophisticated sales strategies that include AI/ML to keep their edge on the competition.

  • How can the use of data alongside AI/ML sales tech help to uncover strategic insights to improve lead generation, pipeline management, forecasting etc.?
  • How do you assess when and where to make the right investments in AI/ML for your sales and marketing teams?
  • Without access to good quality data, AI/ML algorithms cannot learn and provide accurate insights to optimise performance. What are the sales and marketing data quality issues you need to consider?
  • How can automation alleviate CRM data entry issues and the challenges they bring?
  • How can implementing AI/ML tackle cultural challenges?
  • How will implementation necessitate reskilling and what does this look like?
Roundtable Track 6
Session 1 - Challenges
3:50pm - 5:00pm
It’s all about identifying your challenges. What are the key questions that keep you up at night? What solutions are you looking for? Find common ground.
Deriving meaning from your metrics and translating the success of investments

In order to secure funding and organisational buy-in from the board, it is important to track the right metrics that can reveal the impact and success of your sales and marketing investments.

  • How can you understand which metrics are the most effective to track within your organisation?
  • How do you effectively communicate interim metrics, defining short-term KPIs, mid-term success and long-term goals?
  • How do you achieve clarity on what is really impacting and influencing those metrics?
  • Is revenue always the most accurate indicator of success?
  • How effective are Return on Experience (ROE) and Return on Operations (ROO) for measuring success?
Roundtable feedback
5:00pm - 5:30am

Roundtable moderators give brief summaries of the conversations had at their tables and highlight the common challenges they have identified.

Networking drinks
5:30pm - 7:00pm

A casual setting to network and meet the rest of the attendees and discuss relevant topics at your leisure.

Gala dinner
7:00pm - 10:00pm

Join us for our Gala Dinner & Keynote Speaker. An opportunity to network with your peers in a social environment with a three course dinner and wine whilst listening to an industry leader discuss a key topic.

Keynote
8:00pm - 8:30pm
Our Keynote speaker will be addressing the entirety of Summit attendees during our Gala Dinner. They will be going beyond the 'brand story' and sharing their experience and the real truths of tackling a challenge that is shaping the industry.
The customer-centric salesforce: a paradigm shift

According to Harvard Business Review, the greatest barrier to customer centricity is a lack of customer-centric organizational culture.

  • Why do so many companies struggle to get customer centricity right considering the volume, velocity and variety of customer data that now exists?
  • How do you successfully implement a customer-centric strategy, evolving your culture from being solely product-focused or sales-driven to embedding customer care at the deepest identity level of your organisation?
Tuesday March 17, 2020
Breakfast
7:00am - 7:50am

Please come down and join us for breakfast and prepare for a day of workshops, keynotes, debates and panels.

Welcome remarks
7:50am - 8:00am

Our Master of Ceremonies will brief you into the day 2 program to make sure you are in the right place at the right time.

Panel Discussion
8:00am - 8:30am
The perspectives of 4-5 industry experts into one of the key challenges we're all facing today. This will be moderated to create a session of different perspectives, opinions and tangible takeaways of how our panelists are tackling them.
Purpose and wellbeing: incentivising the modern salesforce
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Kit Kyte
VP Global Head of Sales - Genpact
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Ciaran Avitabile
VP Sales - Veeva Systems
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Tara Rule
Commercial Sales Director, Consumer & Business, EMEA - Adobe

High turnover rates and high instances of stress-related mental health issues are two reasons why many are calling for a dramatic shift in sales culture and management.

  • To what extent are commission-based incentives responsible for these issues?
  • Can team-based compensation plans or hunting techniques that alleviate the ‘lone wolf’ mindset encourage a positive sales culture within your organisation?
  • How does the demographic of your salesforce influence your decisions?
Keynote
8:30am - 9:00am
A brand exec takes you behind the scenes, providing insight into a successful project implementation – what worked, what didn’t and which pitfalls to avoid.
Bugs bunny, margaritas and the magic of crowdsourcing
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Dave MacLeod
CEO - Thoughtexchange

Employee and customer crowdsourcing is emerging as a core competency for change management in organisations around the world. In this interactive session we will meet Bugs and Elmer, discuss margaritas, ponder crowd wisdom and beta test cutting edge crowdsourcing software. Sound like fun? We think so too.

Interview
9:00am - 9:20am
A one on one interview diving into the details of how to prepare yourself for the realities of one of the industry's top challengers.
The power of big data analytics: when and where to invest?
  • How do you determine when and where in your sales operations to invest in AI/ML?
  • How can you ensure that your investments in intelligence tools are not negated by poor data quality?
  • As well as determining the right metrics to track to optimise and monitor performance, how can data and analytics improve efforts to personalise your customer experience?
Oxford Style Debate and Live Polling
9:20am - 10:00am
One Topic. Two experts. Two opinions. You'll get the chance to vote on where you stand before the session starts. We'll then hear from our two experts, to see if they can sway your opinion when you participate in the closing vote.
Sales development (SDRs) should sit under marketing rather than sales

As the success of marketing-led campaigns has proved difficult to quantify, many organisations have turned to specialised SDRs to supplement traditional demand generation tactics by nurturing leads with personalised communications before passing them over to a sales rep. The remit of SDRs blurs the line between sales and marketing.

  • Who should own sales development?
Coffee and networking break
10:00am - 10:15am

Take a break and refuel whilst networking and socializing with your peers.

Case Study
10:15am - 10:55am
A brand exec takes you behind the scenes, providing insight into a successful project implementation – what worked, what didn’t and which pitfalls to avoid.
CSM: the new marketing?

The Customer Success Management (CSM) function bridges the gap between sales and marketing by not only driving renewals and up-selling revenue but also by turning customers into advocates who help to create new revenue streams by sharing positive experiences. We hear from an organisation that has fully leveraged this function to optimise their sales and marketing teams.

Workshop
11:00am - 11:40am
An industry expert will lead an interactive workshop tackling common challenges and scenarios, engaging the audience to confront the issues and discuss ideas. What will your proposed solutions be?
The promise, hope and hype of AI/ML

While the transformational potential of AI/ML in sales and marketing is a hot topic in most circles, many organisations have not seen the ROI they expected.

  • How do you assess when and where to make the right investments based on your specific organisation and its customers?
  • How do you strike a balance between innovation and CX, in terms of taking your customers out of their comfort zone?
Panel Discussion
11:45am - 12:25pm
The perspectives of 4-5 industry experts into one of the key challenges we're all facing today. This will be moderated to create a session of different perspectives, opinions and tangible takeaways of how our panelists are tackling them.
Garbage-in, garbage-out: addressing the CRM elephant in the room

Almost four generations of sales leaders have invested huge amounts of time and money in figuring out how to make CRM work, yet according to Collective[i], the average forecast accuracy rate is 46%, which is worse than flipping a coin.

  • To what extent is the reliance on CRM as the primary platform for managing sales and customer relationships holding your organisation back?
  • The large amount of data entry required by end users has led to many sales professionals resenting the process and its negative impact on their productivity. Can we overcome the data entry challenge that is endemic across all CRM platforms?
  • How will increased access to automated data collection tools and AI impact your ability to focus on customer-centric selling?
  • How will the emergence of Gen Z in the workplace influence this challenge?
Keynote
12:30pm - 1:00pm
A brand exec takes you behind the scenes, providing insight into a successful project implementation – what worked, what didn’t and which pitfalls to avoid.
Demystifying sales enablement: what is it, why it matters and how to do it right

Successful sales enablement programmes have proven to have an explosive impact on sales success and growth, with the percentage of reps achieving quota improving by 22.7% according to CSO Insights.

  • What does a sales enablement programme that improves your bottom line look like for your organisation?
  • How do you strike a balance between tools and training, taking a holistic approach to consider careful collection, implementation and delivery?
  • How do you build metrics to showcase the success of these investments?
Networking lunch
1:05pm - 1:45pm

Join us for a sit-down lunch, and a chance to catch up on emails and get ready for the afternoon.

Roundtable
Session 2 - Discovery
1:50pm - 2:30pm
Learning and sharing with your group. What are the solutions? Are they readily available? What path are you going to take?
Drill down roundtables

1. Transforming sales and marketing in a buyer’s economy

2. Nurturing a positive sales culture to drive productivity

3. Governing the borders between sales and marketing to align priorities

4. Defining what sales enablement means for your organisation and how it can optimise your sales operations

5. Harnessing the power of data and analytics to tap into the value of AI/ML to gain competitive advantage

6. Deriving meaning from your metrics and translating the success of investments

Workshop
2:35pm - 3:15pm
A brand exec takes you behind the scenes, providing insight into a successful project implementation – what worked, what didn’t and which pitfalls to avoid.
Flipping the funnel and aligning priorities: the healing properties of ABM

The benefits of ‘fishing with spears’ rather than ‘nets’ is well documented, with one ITSMA study reporting 60% of marketers seeing a revenue increase of at least 10% within a year. Many have posed account-based marketing (ABM) as the solution to sales and marketing misalignment, uniting the two functions through the use of data and insights.

  • But where do you start in achieving this?
  • How can you gain sales buy-in and convince sales reps that ABM is equally beneficial for both functions?
Case Study
3:20pm - 4:00pm
An industry expert will lead an interactive workshop tackling common challenges and scenarios, engaging the audience to confront the issues and discuss ideas. What will your proposed solutions be?
Putting the people in “people, process and technology”: sales enablement and personalisation

Speed is a key factor in securing revenue, with 35-50% of B2B sales going to the vendor that responds first. However, productivity often suffers at the hands of non-selling activities such as searching for and creating relevant content and entering data into CRM and other tools.

  • How can you equip your sales reps with the ability to efficiently meet the buyer’s needs at the exact point in the buyer’s journey that they need it?
  • How can you personalise content to the highest degree and what does this look like?

We hear from an organisation that has embraced sales enablement to increase sales efficiency, scalability and customer-centricity.

Panel Discussion
4:05pm - 4:45pm
The perspectives of 4-5 industry experts into one of the key challenges we're all facing today. This will be moderated to create a session of different perspectives, opinions and tangible takeaways of how our panelists are tackling them.
Metrics matter, but why?

Monitoring the right metrics is often the difference between driving scalable growth and seeing your revenue flatline.

  • How can data and analytics help sales and marketing leaders decide which metrics to track and which initiatives to implement off the back of them?
  • How can you identify which factors are contributing to these metrics?
  • Should you consider prioritising other indicators for success, such as Return on Experience (ROE) or Return on Operations (ROO), over ROI?
Oxford Style Debate and Live Polling
4:50pm - 5:30pm
One Topic. Two experts. Two opinions. You'll get the chance to vote on where you stand before the session starts. We'll then hear from our two experts, to see if they can sway your opinion when you participate in the closing vote.
Commission-based incentives lead to dysfunctional sales teams

Criticisms of commission structures span from their reported negative effects on employee mental health and wellbeing, its relationship to high turnover in sales teams and unintended side effects such as a lack of teamwork and overly aggressive selling that decrease productivity.

  • Commission structures are the go-to method for incentivising a salesforce but are they really the best way to drive revenue and motivate sales reps?
  • Do commission-based incentives lead to dysfunctional sales teams?
Attendee downtime
5:30pm - 7:00pm

A needed break after a content filled day. Please use this time as you wish prior to joining us for our night 2 seated dinner.

Networking drinks
7:00pm - 7:30pm

A casual setting to network and meet the rest of the attendees and discuss relevant topics at your leisure.

Dinner and entertainment
7:30pm - 10:00pm

Join us for our night two dinner and entertainment, which will be in a casual and inviting setting.

Wednesday March 18, 2020
Breakfast
7:30 am - 8:20 am

Please come down and join us for breakfast and prepare for a day of workshops, keynotes, debates and panels.

Welcome remarks
8:20 am - 8:30 am

Our Master of Ceremonies will brief you into the day 3 program to make sure you are in the right place at the right time.

Keynote
8:30 am - 8:50 am
A brand exec takes you behind the scenes, providing insight into a successful project implementation – what worked, what didn’t and which pitfalls to avoid.
Brexit, trade wars and economic downturn: overcoming external variables

Your sales organisation is operating in a seemingly uncertain environment as we reach a possible inflection point in the economy (not to mention Brexit and the US-China trade war!) and sales leaders are starting to question whether they should be doing anything to prepare their sales teams for economic downturn.

  • How do you act decisively to stay ahead of a possible downturn while avoiding reacting too quickly?
  • How can you prepare your teams to take advantage of the opportunities that economic uncertainty and a downturn can create and train them to have different conversations with your customers?
Keynote
8:50 am - 9:20 am
A brand exec takes you behind the scenes, providing insight into a successful project implementation – what worked, what didn’t and which pitfalls to avoid.
Tackling the MarTech integration challenge

The number one challenge for B2B marketers is the inability to successfully integrate disparate technologies into a unified platform, leading to a disjointed CX and an inability to accurately identify which marketing tactics are truly driving sales and business results.

  • How can innovations in Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) solutions help to overcome this challenge?
  • As marketing and sales functions converge, do we need to widen our concerns to the integration of sales and MarTech applications?
Coffee and networking break
9:20 am - 9:35 am

Take a break and refuel whilst networking and socializing with your peers.

Case Study
9:35 am - 10:15 am
A brand exec takes you behind the scenes, providing insight into a successful project implementation – what worked, what didn’t and which pitfalls to avoid.
The transformation of the B2B buyer's journey

The B2B buyer’s journey has evolved in the last few years, with buyers revisiting all steps in their process at least once before completing a purchase. Sales leaders are often still tracking deals using discrete stages in a linear process. This disconnect compromises pipeline analytics and forecasts, leaving sales managers without enough quality information to accurately identify risk.

  • How can sales leaders provide sellers with an efficient method for navigating the buyer’s nonlinear buying journey, which nowadays resembles more of a maze than a path?
  • Is the funnel dead?
Workshop
10:20 am - 11:00 am
An industry expert will lead an interactive workshop tackling common challenges and scenarios, engaging the audience to confront the issues and discuss ideas. What will your proposed solutions be?
Train and retain: building a long-lasting salesforce

Finding great sellers is one thing, retaining them is another. Regular, high-impact training and sales coaching is crucial to realise long-term value and grow skilled and fulfilled sales reps.

  • How do you provide your team with the training foundations and tools to be the best they can be?
Keynote
11:05 pm - 11:35 pm
A brand exec takes you behind the scenes, providing insight into a successful project implementation – what worked, what didn’t and which pitfalls to avoid.
Cohabiting with the machine: the future of RevGen

The advent of AI/ML in sales and marketing is transforming what it means to get ahead in an increasingly disruptive and competitive market.

  • How must these functions evolve to ensure your organisation is ready for ‘the fourth revolution’?
  • How will increasingly advanced tools change what it means to generate leads and sell?
  • How must leaders reskill their sales reps to take full advantage of new tools, rather than worry that these new innovations will replace them?
Roundtable
Session 3 - Outcomes
11:35 am - 12:15 am
What does it all mean? Tracing back through two days of work, where are we? What are you bringing back to the office with you?
Drill down roundtables

1. Transforming sales and marketing in a buyer’s economy

2. Nurturing a positive sales culture to drive productivity

3. Governing the borders between sales and marketing to align priorities

4. Defining what sales enablement means for your organisation and how it can optimise your sales operations

5. Harnessing the power of data and analytics to tap into the value of AI/ML to gain competitive advantage

6. Developing metrics to showcase the success of your investments

Panel Discussion
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Our 6 roundtable moderators share their takeaways from the discussions they have led over the course of the summit. Following this, each moderator shares their thoughts on the future of their challenge; where will we be in a year's time?
Closing panel & wrap up
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John Patrick Shaw
CIO - Primeline Group

Moderators for each roundtable topic come together to present the conclusions of their meetings throughout the summit.

  • What have we learned and what will we take back to the office?
  • Looking to the future, how will the challenge develop over the next year?
Buffet lunch
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Before you head home, make sure you grab something from our buffet-style lunch for your journey ahead.

Summit Location

Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

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