Live Webinar The three pillars of modern sales coaching: how to create quota-hitting sales teams
Head of MidMarket Sales, Gong.io
Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer, Vengreso
Co-founder & CEO, Nudge.ai
- Summarize the compelling ROI of coaching
- Identify coaching opportunities based on reps’ performance throughout the sales cycle
- Give your sales team the tools to replicate top reps’ behaviour
- Track and measure your sales team’s progress and use the data to guide your sales process
Head of MidMarket Sales, Gong.io Ron has over 15 years of enterprise software sales experience, with a specific focus on driving net new revenue growth, vision reengineering and strategic account management. His strategic expertise covers new business and expansion growth, including strategic relationships with multiple Fortune 500 organizations. He is a passionate member of Gong’s revenue leadership team, helping Mid Market accounts identify and maximize the impact of Revenue Intelligence.
Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer, Vengreso Bernie Borges is co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Vengreso. He is host of the Modern Marketing Engine podcast and the author of Marketing 2.0, one of the first 50 books written on social media strategy. Borges is recognized by TopRank as a Top 50 Content Marketing Influencer, by Onalytica as a Top 100 Artificial Intelligence Influencer, as well as a Marketing Insider Group Top 60 Marketing Speaker. Borges is a regular contributor to Social Media Today and Business 2 Community.
Co-founder & CEO at Nudge.ai CEO and co-founder of Nudge.ai, a relationship intelligence platform that helps you find and grow the right relationships that drive sales. Over 20,000 sales professionals use us today, and we track over 60M business relationships. Firm believer that culture eats strategy for breakfast, and business culture can be built through storytelling. Always have been a leader with a strong focus on sales and customer engagement. Previously lead Eloqua (marketing automation) as part of the founding executive team from $0 to over $100 million in revenue, through IPO and a successful acquisition for $957 million by Oracle.