Trending Now: Mastering LinkedIn For Sales
Sales professionals selling promotional products can get tremendous value from using LinkedIn strategically. LinkedIn is much more than a job-search site, but it is the top place to connect with business professionals. LinkedIn can help with every stage of the sales cycle – from prospecting to relationship building. You may be only taking advantage of a small fraction of the tools that LinkedIn has to offer. In this session you will learn exactly how to take advantage of LinkedIn as a part of your sales process. Join this session with Willis Turner, the CEO of the Sales and Marketing Executives International for the latest in how you can master LinkedIn for sales. Seats are first-come first-served for this session.
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Willis Turner, CAE, CME, CSE Sales and Marketing Executives International View speaker details
Chief Executive Officer
Willis Turner is Chief Executive Officer of USA based Sales & Marketing Executives International (SMEI). Under his leadership, SMEI has broadened its scope to establish operations in China, Europe, Mexico, Japan, Vietnam and the Middle East. As a keynote speaker on professional certification, gamification and leading-edge sales and marketing topics, Willis leverages his worldwide business travel and management experiences to convey an informative and motivating message to his audiences. He serves on the National Advisory Board for DECA Inc. and is a past advisory board member of Kaplan University and the Graduate School of Sales & Marketing Management at Syracuse University. Willis has taught Sales Management at the University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business and regularly teaches sales management and marketing classes in China, Europe and the Middle East and has been a visiting lecturer at international universities including the Sun Yat Sen EMBA program. Willis resides near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
- When: Sunday, January 12, 2020
- Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Where: Lagoon J
- MAS/CAS: MAS 1.0