06 Jul Aaron Ross
Speaker: Aaron Ross
Business Growth and Sales Expert, Best Selling Author of Predictable Revenue
- Create Predictable, Scalable Sales Revenue
- Why Salespeople Shouldn’t Prospect
- Tripling Your Sales
Keynote speaker Aaron Ross is the best-selling author of Predictable Revenue: Turn Your Business into a Sales Machine With The $100 Million Best Practices of Salesforce.com. Called “The Sales Bible of the Silicon Valley,” the book has been #1 on amazon’s telemarketing list for over 2 years.
Aaron founded Predictable Revenue, a consulting company that helps b2b companies triple sales growth & create self-managing sales teams. Aaron is also the founder of PebbleStorm, which is helping 100 million people “make money through enjoyment” by combining happiness and money. His clients include: Oracle, Acquia, Digium, Crunched, SalesForce, Servosity, and Responsys.
Before Predictable Revenue & PebbleStorm, speaker Aaron Ross was an EIR (Entrepreneur-in-Residence) at Alloy Ventures, a $1 billion venture capital firm. Prior to Alloy, at Salesforce.com, Aaron created a revolutionary Cold Calling 2.0 inside sales process and team that helped increase Salesforce.com’s revenues by $100 million. Aaron was also CEO of LeaseExchange, an online equipment leasing marketplace.
Create Predictable, Scalable Sales Revenue
Aaron and his team are helping companies triple their new sales growth with a refreshing approach to outbound sales.
- 3 fatal sales mistakes sales leaders make
- How to build an outbound sales machine that can triple your pipeline
- Why salespeople shouldn’t prospect How to hire and grow the best kinds of salespeople
- What it takes to create sales growth that scales
Attendees walk away with specific ideas & actions they can begin implementing the next day to begin increasing sales.
Before the Presentation:
- We recommend attendees read Why Salespeople Shouldn’t Prospect
The presentation can be a keynote, or tailored to fit agendas from 30min – 2 hours or longer, if it’s in a workshop format. The longer the time, the more work-shopping we can do, allowing attendees to walk away with custom ideas and pre-built plans.
Why Salespeople Shouldn’t Prospect
Tripling Your Sales