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November USA Winner Jonathan Miska Enterprise Customer Success Manager
Jonathan has done a sterling job working in the Major Accounts team this month. He continues to go above and beyond by picking up tasks outside of his responsibility, adopting a ‘GSD’ attitude and pushing himself and others to deliver their best.
Paul Black, sales-i CEO said, “He’s a true asset to the sales-i business
An invite to a sales or business conference can be a great opportunity to schmooze with others in your industry and potentially even drum up some business interests. From learning new things, to networking and getting your brand name out there, you’ll find there are many practical benefits of attending conferences.
And let’s face it, if nothing else it’s a brilliant excuse to get out of the office for a day.BEFORE THE CONFERENCE: CONFERENCE PLANNING TIPS
1. Investigate who’s due to be speaking and who is likely to be attending
Since making the move from a B2C charity in the arts sector to a B2B SaaS company that concentrates on the wholesale, manufacturing and distribution sectors, I have had to reassess my online presence.
The changes have been numerous. Whereas before my target audience was on social media to be, well, social, I am now knee-deep in commercial conversations, market challenges, and business connections.
Where I am spending my time has also been a significant shift from the bulk of it being on Facebook to now living on LinkedIn