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Crafting a Go-to-Market Story
Ken Rutsky helps B2B growth company executives in sales, marketing, and the C-Suite to breakthrough and achieve and grow market leadership in new and existing markets. Before he launched his consulting practice, he spent 20+ years in B2B marketing operational roles. In this guide, he explains why a “hero’s journey” type story is a powerful tool for tech companies to create urgency and gain market share, and how to create one.
Establishing a Competitive Intelligence Program
Andrew McCotter-Bicknell is the Head of Competitive Intelligence at ClickUp and was previously the Head of Competitive Intelligence at ZoomInfo. In this guide, he explains how to research your competitive landscape and arm sales and marketing teams with powerful competitive intelligence.
Optimizing Cold Email Outreach
Elyse Savaki is a B2B Direct Response and Cold Email Expert whose persona-based outbound campaigns have booked thousands of meetings with decision makers at startups, SMBs, and international organizations. In this guide, she lays out a sample sequence, explains how outbound sellers can leverage tried-and-true direct response formulas, and walks through the tech that makes automated outreach easier.
Optimizing Email Deliverability
Ed Forteau is an email marketing expert with more than 10 years of experience in email automation and deliverability. In this guide, he explains how email automation works from a technical perspective, what filtering and security measures are at play, and how to ensure that emails are consistently placed in recipient’s inboxes, including subscription emails, cold outreach emails, and transactional emails.
Conducting Technical Discovery
Joe Casson is the Director of Solutions Engineering at Qualified.com and previously managed solutions engineering at Optimizely. In this guide, he explains that good technical discovery prevents customer dissatisfaction and services inefficiency once it comes time to implement customers. He outlines what to ask prospects and how to weave technical discovery into the sales process.
Driving Sales Velocity in Complex Enterprise Deals
Mark Vashon has led sales at major enterprise software providers including AgilOne, SuccessFactors and ServiceMax. In this guide, he describes how startups should navigate the varied stakeholders, established processes, and long sales cycle that comes with enterprise selling.
Designing Trainings for Go-to-Market Team Members
Roz Greenfield has led sales enablement at Optimizely and Oracle and is now the Chief Enablement Officer at Level213, a boutique sales enablement consultancy. In this guide, she explains how to design trainings for sales and other go-to-market teams that zero on the content that sellers actually need to do their jobs, without wasting time on non-useful information.
Planning for Predictable Growth and Accurate Forecasting
Anthony Cessario is VP of Industries and GTM Solutions at Clari, the revenue operations and forecasting platform. In this guide, he explains how good forecasts are a part of a bigger predictable growth strategy, and lays out how to design and instrument a repeatable revenue process with strong processes and accurate data.
Designing a Sales Org for a High-velocity Sale
Lori is currently the Global Head of Business Development at Cloudflare. She has built high-velocity sales teams at companies across the growth spectrum, from joining early startups as the first sales hire to helping public companies achieve revenue targets of $1B. In this guide she outlines how high-velocity sales teams should design their sales org, set up their processes and leverage tech tools to drive efficiency and productivity.
Building a Solutions Engineering Function
Zach Lawryk is the VP of Solutions Engineering at Slack, and has previously led solutions engineering at Optimizely and Box. In this guide he explains the role of solutions engineering in the presale process, and outlines how to manage key SE responsibilities from demoing to technical discovery to running pilots.
Planning and Managing Outbound Prospecting
Jason Bay is the Founder and Chief Prospecting Officer of Blissful Prospecting, a company that provides training and coaching for outbound sales teams. In this guide, he lays out how cold-calling teams can zero in on the right prospects to target, develop repeatable outreach sequences, and consistently generate meetings with a “prospect first, me second” mentality.
Developing a Strong Demo Practice
Amyra Rand is the Senior Vice President of Sales at Zipline, and has previously held sales leadership roles at Zipflow, Criteria Corp, Kareo, HireRight, and Sage. In this guide, she discusses how she’s seen close rates improve 30% with a demo certification process, and lays out how teams can build strong demo practices at any deal size.
LinkedIn Advertising and Prospecting
Anthony Blatner is the founder and Chief Advertising Officer of Speedwork Social, an agency specializing in B2B LinkedIn advertising. In this guide, he advises on when to use LinkedIn advertising, when to use Sales Navigator prospecting, and how to make marketing dollars go the furthest given the expense of LinkedIn as a channel.
Maggie Callahan has led revenue enablement at OneTrust, Convercent and Four Winds Interactive, overseeing training and onboarding for 80+ AEs and SDRs. In this guide, she explains the key components of sales onboarding and how to design a repeatable process.
Building a Sales Enablement Function
Christi Wall is currently the Head of Revenue Enablement & Operations at SecZetta Inc. Previously, she was the Director of Strategic initiatives at Chainalysis, a blockchain analysis company, where she previously served as Director of Revenue Enablement. She has supported 250+ sellers across her sales enablement roles and has led Training and Enablement at Ping Identity.
Building a Sales Development (SDR) Function
Chris Flores leads sales development at Bennie, and was previously head of sales development at Namely as the company grew from 4 to 600 employees and $0 to $65M in ARR. In this guide, he describes best practices for designing the SDR role, establishing processes, and building the team.
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