On 2-4 March 2020 at the wonderful Fairmont Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, Mexico, our RevGen Insight Summit will bring together senior sales and revenue business leaders from across North America to discuss current industry challenges – and how best to tackle them.

The summit will look at key topics such as: the buyer journey; productive and effective sales technologies; diversity and inclusion in the sales force; and aligning the sales and marketing functions.

From case studies that lift the lid on operations inside best-in-class organisations, to workshops, panels, oxford-style debates and other 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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Charles Forsgard
Vice President Global Sales
Honeywell
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Matt Marino
VP of Sales
Global Payments Inc
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Kevin Raybon
Chairman
Global Sales Operations Association
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Paul Bickford
Global Director, Sales and Channel Enablement
Oracle
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Joseph Alan Shemelya
VP of Sales
Equifax
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Mike Turner
VP Business Development
DSC Logistics
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Timothy Olson
VP of Sales
NortonLifeLock
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Terry Coutsolioutsos
SVP of Marketing, Sales Operations, and Communications
Siemens Healthineers
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Stuart Miller
Vice President of Sales
Infor
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Sam McMillan
VP of Sales Engineering & Client Success
Experian
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Patrick Lynch
Vice President of National Sales
Compass Group
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Craig Phillips
VP of Sales Strategy, Performance and Execution
Charter Communications

6 Challenges in Revenue Generation

Our summit is focused on solving your strategic challenges
  • The Modern Customer Journey: Enabling the Seller to Meet The Informed Buyer
  • Digital vs. Social: Optimizing Selling Practices to Empower Your Reps
  • Shiny Object Syndrome: Identifying and Implementing Transformative Sales Technologies
  • Train and Retain: Building The Multi-Generational Sales Force
  • Unlocking The Power Of Data In Sales
  • The Silo Mentality: Breaking Down The Barriers Between Sales and Marketing
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Summit Schedule

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Monday March 2, 2020
Registration
12:00pm - 6:00pm

Join us at 12.00 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
1:15pm - 1:45pm

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 maximize your summit experience.

Welcome remarks and delegate briefing
1:45pm - 2:00pm

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.

Interview
2:00pm - 2:30pm
Avoiding "Shiny Object Syndrome" In A Modern Organization
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Terry Coutsolioutsos
SVP of Marketing, Sales Operations, and Communications - Siemens Healthineers

It’s easy to develop the tech stack when you’ve got a few key tools to work with, but what about when you completely overhaul your tech stack in a modern sales organization. We speak with Terry Coutsolioutsos to find out about the challenges he has faced as he builds out the tech stack within Siemens Healthineers.

a. What are the first considerations for building the tech stack?

b. What factors contribute to a worthwhile solution?

c. What areas of tooling are necessary for every organization?

d. What type of solution is the most important to include in the stack?

Keynote
2:30pm - 3:10pm
Back To Basics: The Value Of Conversations
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Tim Harris
VP of Marketing - DialSource

The SalesTech landscape now includes 950 participants, up from 830 just 12 months ago and we are constantly bombarded with new technologies being touted as the next best thing for your sales team’s success. Yet, with all these “shiny objects,” sales leaders considered their teams to be less effective at 15 of the 16 different activities undertaken by sellers than they were five years ago.

It’s time to get back to the basics.

At its heart, sales is about conversations. It’s how we learn. It’s how we decide. It’s what leads us to intention and action. This session will examine the current challenges facing revenue teams, the three fundamentals that drive growth, and the value of conversations.

Roundtable Track 1
Session 1 - Challenges
3:15pm - 4:15pm
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.
The Modern Customer Journey: Enabling the Seller to Meet The Buyer
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Mike Turner
VP Business Development - DSC Logistics

One of the biggest challenges for sales in the 21st century is the informed buyer. With access to information being at the fingertips, sellers need to become more educated than the buyer. But how do you do that when the customers knowledge can range from being limited to expertise? What are the pitfalls? Where is the gap of knowledge for the customer? Using “People, Process and Technology”, how can we ensure real sales engagement?

a. How are we enabling our sellers currently?
b. What is your current engagement strategy, and what are you looking to change?
c. How to benchmark and improve sales engagement: people, process and technology.
d. How to provide personalized content of both digital strategy and sales engagement to your sellers in real-time.

Roundtable Track 2
Session 1 - Challenges
3:15pm - 4:15pm
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.
Digital vs Social: Optimizing Selling Practices for Your Sales Organization
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Michael DiGiacomo
Global VP of Sales - Thomson Reuters
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Damon Joshua
Senior Vice President of Commercial Business - MarketSource Inc.

Digital transformation has enabled the seller with multiple mediums of outreach. However, why are 53% of sales reps not cold calling, and 38% still not harnessing social media effectively? Three major challenges when it comes to lead generation and account relationships stems from the management of the pipeline and funnel. Whether it begins with the inability to reach the decision makers, a poor quality lead database or just being unable to reach your prospects, leveraging the right technology can simplify the process, enable your reps and set the foundation for effective sales.

a. What methods of outreach are you finding effective in your organization?
b. What main technology areas are necessary for pipeline management?
c. What solutions out there are best aligned to hitting these areas?
d. How can we stop the “telephobia” of the millennial generation?

Roundtable Track 3
Session 1 - Challenges
3:15pm - 4:15pm
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.
Shiny Object Syndrome: Identifying and Implementing Transformative Sales Technologies
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Brittany Scott
VP SMB Sales - KnowBe4
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Matthew Langie
Chief Marketing Officer - Xant

Sales managers often pick the latest technology on the market and implement it into the organization without the consideration whether it is compatible to the organizations needs.

a. What key areas in your sales organization can be assisted with sales technologies?
b. What current technologies do you use in your tech stack?
c. What functionalities are essential to the sales process and what are not necessary?
d. What factors can be used to evaluate vendors?
e. What are the first steps we can take to improve the tech stack?

Roundtable Track 4
Session 1 - Challenges
3:15pm - 4:15pm
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.
Train and Retain: Building The Multi-Generational Sales Force
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Sam McMillan
VP of Sales Engineering & Client Success - Experian

The average turnover cost per sales rep is over $97,000 according to DePaul University, with the average time of replacing a rep between 4-6 months. Good sales reps leave for multiple reasons, but there are three main causes of bad retention: poor management, limited career growth and job boredom. How can you retain your investment in these reps, whilst also providing them enough room to grow in your organization?

a. What are the biggest causes for reps leaving your organization?
b. What are the positive and negatives of the multi-generational sales force?
c. What solutions and processes are you currently implementing for training and retention?
d. How can you use the multi-generational sales force as a positive for implementing change?
e. What are the immediate changes you can make in your organization to drive improvement in retaining and training your sales reps?

Roundtable Track 5
Session 1 - Challenges
3:15pm - 4:15pm
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.
Unlocking The Power Of Data In Sales
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Terry Coutsolioutsos
SVP of Marketing, Sales Operations, and Communications - Siemens Healthineers
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Tim Harris
VP of Marketing - DialSource

Research from McKinsey shows that 57% of sales organizations do not view themselves as effective users of analytics, and that most companies are struggling to benefit and utilize basic analytics. Successful use of data and analytics in fast-growing companies are focusing on four primary sales areas: lead generation, pipeline management, customer lifetime value and getting the right price.

a. How are you currently using data and analytics in your organization?
b. What technologies are in your tech stack to help manage your data, and what is currently missing to help you do this effectively?
c. Discuss methods of implementing and change our strategy towards the use of data in our organizations.

Roundtable Track 6
Session 1 - Challenges
3:15pm - 4:15pm
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.
The Silo Mentality: Breaking Down The Barriers Between Sales and Marketing
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Peter Mullen, Jr
VP Sales and Marketing - VXI Global

Silos: separate structures with few points of entry and difficult to access. Whilst vital to protect grain on a farm, the silo mentality damages the opportunity for collaboration, cuts off communication and destroys the remnants of trust between departments in business. Breaking down the resistance and building the bridge creates the first steps to aligning sales and marketing departments.

a. What are the biggest restrictions to aligning sales and marketing functions?
b. What key responsibilities does sales have that marketing can benefit, and vice versa?
c. You break down the silo, but what are the next steps to making impact in the business?
d. What can leadership do to build and manage new bridges?
e. What are the first changes we can make to implement an alignment strategy?

Workshop
4:20pm - 5:00pm
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.
What Technologies Empowered Our Reps - And What Hindered Their Performance
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Matt Marino
VP of Sales - Global Payments Inc

Choosing the right systems, solutions and technologies are important, but deciding what is there for the rep and what is there for management are two very different things. How do you find the balance between enabling the reps and communicating the metrics to management?

Workshop
5:05pm - 5:45pm
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.
Ride Along: The Importance of Spending Face-to-Face Time With Your Reps
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Sam McMillan
VP of Sales Engineering & Client Success - Experian

Executives are busy being executives, that is a fact. But it is vital that leaders spend time on the floor with their reps and keep an eye on what is happening. Spending significant personal time in the rank of your front-line reps can be eye-opening to managers and using these interactions can mobilize an entire organization.

Networking drinks
6:00pm - 7:00pm

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

Gala dinner & Keynote
7:00pm - 10:00pm
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Ryan Bott
Global VP of Inside Sales and Enablement - Sodexo

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.

Tuesday March 3, 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.

Keynote
8:00am - 8:30am
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.
Evolving Your Sales Operations Capability To Support Your Strategy
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Kevin Raybon
Chairman - Global Sales Operations Association

Strategy and Execution are tightly linked. Too often sales leaders are weighed down by the ability of their operational teams to drive the productivity and effectiveness required by their latest go to market design.

In this session we will look at the evolution of the Sales Operations function. We will help you determine the maturity of your own operational capability, and what practical steps you can take to rapidly evolve that capability to meet the demands of your sales transformation.

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.
CRM is a Dead-End!
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Matthew Langie
Chief Marketing Officer - Xant

Despite CRM adoption being virtually universal, the average sales rep achieves only 53% quota attainment! So we must ask—is CRM not the golden ticket we thought it would be?
Too many sales leaders know that CRM has maxed out its value-adding potential. CRM is a great system of record used to look at past data, but it can’t help your sales team look forward and prioritize how they achieve quota.

Join this session to hear how you can go beyond CRM to better qualify leads, build pipeline and achieve quota by focusing on revenue acceleration.

Keynote
9:00am - 9:30am
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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Jayme Smithers
Chief Revenue Officer - Thoughtexchange

Employee and customer crowdsourcing is emerging as a core competency for change management in organizations 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.

Oxford Style Debate and Live Polling
9:30am - 10:10am
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.
Should Organizations Adopt Non-Commission Sales Teams To Progress?
Yes
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Lee Roberts
Former Vice President, Inside Sales - Samsung Electronics
No
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John Williams
SVP Global Sales - Manpower Group

Sales quotas and commissions don’t align with the “customer-centric” approach that most businesses are claiming. Measuring and rewarding your sales performance with revenue attainment comes across as disingenuous and moving to non-commission sales teams can promote a healthier work environment, and no concern of the customer being overpromised and under-delivered just to make a sale.

Coffee & Networking Break
10:10am - 10:20am

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

Workshop
10:20am - 11:05am
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.
What Factors Are Preventing Your Sales Growth?
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Ankur Gupta
EVP Sales & Marketing - Bitwise

This session focuses on identifying and eliminating internal factors affecting sales growth for an organization. Various case studies will be presented highlighting roles played by internal functions in ensuring sales and execution readiness for the organization.

Workshop
11:10am - 11:50am
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?
It's About Time - and Therefore Money

Get your sales team to master time, and they can master sales. But making the most of their precious selling time is impossible if you and they don’t know the time cost and information impact of the core Inside Sales activities that compete for their time: phone, email, social outreach, and online research.

a. Whose time matters most? The sales reps’ or their prospects’?
b. Time illusions and how they trick your reps into spinning their wheels when they could be making deals.
c. How to get your team to organize and sequence their selling day to break free of their time traps and make the most of their most powerful asset — selling time.

Keynote
11:55pm - 12:25pm
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.
Transformative, Data-Driven Sales in the Digital Era
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Steven Bryerton
VP Sales - Zoominfo powered by DiscoverOrg

“You need to be data-driven, they say. You need to personalize your communications.”

What they don’t say, though, is how your teams can act on these initiatives without first aligning their processes and workflows. In today’s digital era, being data-driven takes data accuracy across all omni-channel initiatives (including email, digital, analytics, direct mail, trade shows, etc.). Similarly, truly personalized strategies involve knowing and understanding “the who” of your target audience to drive successful campaigns, at the right time.

In this presentation, you’ll learn what it takes to build a world-class, transformative sales and marketing organization from those who’ve done it with tactics that work in the digital era.

Networking Lunch
12:25pm - 1:30pm

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
1:30pm - 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. The Modern Buyer Journey: Enabling the Seller to Meet The Informed Buyer
  2. The Omnichannel Approach: Optimizing Selling Practices to Empower Your Reps
  3. The Tech Stack: Identifying and Implementing Transformative Sales Technologies
  4. Train and Retain: Building The Multi-Generational Sales Force
  5. Unlocking The Power Of Data In Sales
  6. The Silo Mentality: Breaking Down The Barriers Between Sales and Marketing
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.
How to multiply pipeline and deal sizes by 3x
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Anand Shah
CEO - Databook

Today’s informed buyer wants insight and guidance on how best to transform their business – however according to buyers, only 20% of sellers are able to do this. In this session we’ll run through an interactive exercise demonstrating how leading Enterprise Sales teams are scaling customer-centric selling to transform their sales performance e.g.:

  • Prioritizing accounts on the highest propensity to buy customers
  • Identifying stakeholders within these accounts with money, power and urgency
  • Creating a point of view to bring insights to each stakeholder – why us? why now?
  • Solidifying the point of view with a business case and customer stories
Workshop
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?
Developing A Sales Strategy To Win Over The Modern Buyer
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Jose Luis Andrade
VP Sales and Marketing - Securus Technologies

Today’s buyers are no longer waiting to be educated by sellers. They do their own homework, understand the market and what’s being offered. According to Highspot, 74% of buyers choose the sales rep that was first to add value and insight. Walk through the three important steps to start creating, developing and delivering that strategy.

a. Defining the buyer’s journey and what point the seller needs to meet them.
b. What technologies and tools to harness to understand the modern buyer.
c. Define what content is needed for each stage fo the buyer’s journey and how this can be curated and delivered.
d. How to use analytics to learn the effectiveness and engagement of that content.

Coffee & Networking
4:25pm - 4:15pm

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

Keynote
5:10pm - 5:40pm
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.
Controlling the Game Board - Creating Sales Ecosystems to Maximize Performance
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John Williams
SVP Global Sales - Manpower Group

76% of business leaders surveyed by Accenture in the US agree that current business models will be unrecognizable in the next 5 years & that ecosystems will be the main change event. By 2025, almost a third of total global sales will come from ecosystems. So how do we create a sales ecosystem to maximise performance?

Attendee downtime
4:45pm - 6:45pm

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
6:45pm - 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 Gala Dinner, which will be in a casual and inviting setting.

Wednesday March 4, 2020
Breakfast
7:00 am - 7:50 am

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

Welcome Remarks
7:50 am - 8:00 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
8:00 am - 8:30 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.
Stop Kidding Yourself: You're Not Using Your CRM To Help Your Salespeople
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Charles Forsgard
Vice President Global Sales - Honeywell

In 2019, spending on CRM reached an estimated $42 billion, but to fit the needs to sales management, not the salespeople. As prevalent as they’ve become today, most CRM systems are being implemented in the wrong direction. To get true ROI on a system, reps need to implement this into their daily lives, and not just general compliance with company directives for inputting data. Using three key dimensions: people, place and process, find detailed solutions that will allow sales managers to help focus on getting the results.

Workshop
8:35 am - 9:15 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.
It's About Time - and Therefore Money
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George Davidson
Sr. Director Sales - Fiserv

Get your sales team to master time, and they can master sales. Making the most of their precious selling time is impossible if you and they don’t know the time cost and information impact of the core sales activities that compete for their time: phone, email, social outreach, and online research.

  • Whose time matters most? The sales reps’ or their prospects’?
  • Time illusions and how they trick your reps into spinning their wheels when they could be making deals.
  • How to get your team to organize and sequence their selling day to break free of their time traps and make the most of their most powerful asset — selling time.
Workshop
9:20 am - 10:00 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.
Building a Framework for Successful Revenue Operations
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Ross Nibur
Director Revenue Operations - Toast

Revenue Operations is considered the latest directive for B2B companies to accelerate growth. This new go-to-market approach bridges the silos between sales, marketing and customer success. But what does this model look like? Where do we start?

Roundtable
Session 3 - Outcomes
10:05 am - 11:00 am
What does it all mean. Tracing back through two days of work, where are we? What you are bringing back to the office with you.
Drill Down Roundtables
  1. The Modern Buyer Journey: Enabling the Seller to Meet The Informed Buyer
  2. The Omnichannel Approach: Optimizing Selling Practices to Empower Your Reps
  3. The Tech Stack: Identifying and Implementing Transformative Sales Technologies
  4. Train and Retain: Building The Multi-Generational Sales Force
  5. Unlocking The Power Of Data In Sales
  6. The Silo Mentality: Breaking Down The Barriers Between Sales and Marketing
Keynote
11:00 am - 11:30 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.
Closing Keynote: Closing Q1, Achieving H1 and Driving 2020
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Lee Roberts
Former Vice President, Inside Sales - Samsung Electronics

Encompassing the 6 challenges of the summit, we finish the event with looking at what we can take away today. How can we begin to implement change in our organizations once we leave the summit?

De-registration & Farewells
11:30 am - 12:00 pm

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

Summit Location

Fairmont Mayakoba, Riviera Maya, Mexico

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