Salesforce and Sales Hacker have teamed up to create a conference experience that connects the top B2B sales professionals with the most innovative best practices and most advanced new technologies. The two days are action-packed and consist of 8 massive keynotes and 16 actionable breakout sessions. No matter what size company you represent, what industry you play in, or whom you sell to, this is the premier event for understanding how to build high-performing sales machines, learn what technologies are essential, and discover which partners are right for your business.
In May of 2016, Sales Hacker partnered with Salesforce to bring more than 2,000 leading B2B sales professionals together in NYC for 2 epic days of non-stop sales insights. More than 40 speakers took the stage to share their learnings, ranging from Sales Dev tips and trends to scaling and operating massive sales orgs. Every value-packed session was recorded so you can watch and learn on your own time, from anywhere in the world.
The Sales Machine content is broken down into 5 dedicated tracks with 20+ sessions covering:
Gary Vaynerchuck is an entreprenuer and investor that's built multi- million dollar companies from nothing. He joins us to share his wisdom on how to win in life and business by selling smarter and selling harder.
Fredrik Eklund, top real estate agent and star of TV's Million Dollar Listing, shares his tips and tricks for preparing, persuading, and negotiating so that in any of life's dealings, you'll come out a winner. Whether you work on Wall Street or at Wal-Mart, or aim to become the top seller at your company, you'll find tremendous value in Fredrik's message
Salesforce's Tiffani Bova leads a discussion with top sales leaders from Veritas, Bank of America and Optum around some of the top trends affecting sales organizations today, shaping the future.
Today's B2B and B2C customers want to do business with those who demonstrate superb sales and leadership skills. In this information intensive session, Mark Hunter will share best practices sales leaders need to exhibit and John Spence will focus on the five most important characteristics of a highly respected leaders and how they can improve your sales and leadership performance.
Winning companies get in front of the right customers and opportunities, with the right resources and channels, with the perfect offer and pitch each and every time - executing consistently across customers, accounts, geographies. Join Bertil Chappuis, Senior Partner & Leader of McKinsey's Sales & Channel Practice, who will share key insights and strategies that best in class organizations are deploying to drive growth.
Robin Dreeke spent over a decade leading the FBI's Behavioral Psychology program. His studies have made him a master at reading and persuading people in ways you would've never imagined. In his original Sales Machine presentation he'll teach us all how to build a rapport with anyone we connect with and go beyond quick rapport to leverage the five step of Code of Trust.
One of the biggest reasons for failure in sales is because salespeople rarely understand how emotional intelligence skills positively impact their success in business: the ability to empathize with prospects, remain cool when hot buttons are triggered and be assertive, asking for what you need to create win-win business relationships. Soft skills do produce hard sales results.
With consumers more empowered than ever, companies need to rethink and transform the way they engage with and retain their customers. Join some of the foremost industry experts, Laurie McGabe, Paul Greenberg and Ray Wang for a discussion on what companies need to do, to coverage the future of sales processes, technologies and business alignment.
A powerful and engaging fireside chat with the co-fonder and editor in chief of the Huffington Post.
What separates an average salesperson from high-performing salesperson? They spend more time on activities that produce sales and less time on those that don't. Most traditional sales training doesn't focus on productivity, and "old school" time management techniques have little application for the salesperson. Learn five "real world" habits to manage your tasks, devices, schedule, email, and focus to free up more time to sell.
Today, your team faces a selling enviroment that's more complex than ever, requiring an innovative mindset to succeed. This session offers leaders concrete ways to build a culture of creativity, collaboration and teamwork that results in increased closing ratios and shorter sales cycles. Based on the best selling book, Dealstorming.
Senior sales leaders from Apttus, NewVoiceMedia, and HireVue share their insights and experience in this sessions, that dives deep into building a winning sales process from call to close. Sales reps need to spend their time actively selling to hit their quota- this means focusing in what matters most, from coaching methodologies, infrastructure strategies, deal management, and contract negotiations to sales approvals, sales structures, and renewals. Don't miss this comprehensive panel.
This session will go behind the scenes at Salesforce to show how the $6bn software company has grown and developed their sales team. Hear best practices from Adam Gilberd, SVP of Sales and learn how Salesforce fosters collaboration and productivity, measures team performance, and cultivates top sales talent.
Simon Sinek is a bestselling author and world renown speaker who focuses on how leaders lead better. In this engaging session, Simon will tell us how teams can pull together to get further than they ever thought they could, and how it all starts with leadership at the top.
Customer Success has gone through a reboot in the last five years - here's what you need to implement with your Sales and CS orgs to take advantage of the Customer Success revolution and accelerate sales velocity.
A proactive customer success experience includes well thought out onboarding, educating, adoption, retention and referral. Tracking the right metrics can produce increased customer retention, advocacy, and lower costs. In this panel session practitioners share their best strategies to improve customer success in an instant gratification, fast paced world of alternative options.
Sales Operations leaders from high growth companies will discuss how they've built their sales technolgy stacks and how their sales teams interact with technology in todays evolved age of sales tools. Whether you've already invested or plan to invest in sales technology, this panel should set you on the right path to creating the ultimate sales machine.
A panel of experienced sales leaders share how they've put apps and sales tools to work in every aspect of sales cycle. Panelists include enterprise sales leaders Salesforce and Shutterstock, as well as fast-growing startups Namely and VTS. Moderated by Salesforce consulting partner, CloudKettle, this session will give an inside look at how utilizing technology enhances sales teams of all sizes.
Much like building a championship sports franchise, a culture of engagement, hustle, teamwork, and personal growth is critical for building a high velocity sales development organization. Join our panel of sales leaders as they share insights and stories from the trenches on how to operationalize that culture in today's fast-paced and competitve sales environment.
Sales Development has evolved infintely over the past few years. How we look at data, how we work with product, and how we manage our people are at the forefront of this evolution. We'll dive into these core pillars of sales development and discuss how the best teams embrace this rapid advancement in their sales orgs.
There's more technology built for the top of the funnel than ever before, and it can turn your team into a highly efficient machine. But efficiency is nothing if they're not also effective. Practitioners from top orgs share their insights and advice for running wel- oiled sales teams that both leverage technology and produce results.
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