Wednesday, June 9 @ 1pm ET
Successfully communicating on video is a key differentiator for those who thrive in modern selling environments.
When you want to transform your approach to marketing, sales, and corporate communications
RECENT RESEARCH INDICATES THAT AS A RESULT OF THE PANDEMIC, SALES ORGANIZATIONS HAVE REPORTED...
✅ 63% HAVEN'T ADJUSTED THEIR STRATEGY
✅ 68% HAVEN'T HAD ANY TRAINING FOR COACHING OR MANAGING REMOTELY
✅ 55% HAVE NO UP-SKILL PLAN
WHY INCLUDE VIDEO IN YOUR COMMUNICATION CADENCE?
✅ 8X MORE LIKELY TO OPEN MESSAGES WITH VIDEO
✅ 3X MORE LIKELY TO RESPOND TO MESSAGES WITH VIDEO
Rachel Shi is Senior Manager of Partnerships at Vidyard, where she helps her clients drive record-breaking results through video selling. She spent 5+ years as a top performer in B2B SaaS technology and agencies selling into high growth startups all the way to the Fortune 500. She has been featured on publications like the Enterprise Sales Forum and Sales Hacker as a Top Woman in Sales and is sought out to speak on panels on B2B sales and D&I. You can find her on LinkedIn or email.
Doug Rawady is a Certified Instructor and Business Development Director with Sandler PEAK Sales Performance in Trumbull, CT. Looking at things holistically, Doug often discovers under-utilized, key resources and assets that – when activated – frequently help businesses realize greater performance and income than they previously thought possible. His uncommon mix of talents and competencies give Doug a unique perspective and advantage that other coach/consultants often lack, and his focus on an integrated “best practices” strategy is what truly sets him apart from the pack. Connect with Doug on LinkedIn or email.
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