3 Upcoming Sales Conferences You Won’t Want to Miss
If you’re looking for a good excuse to get out of the office — and I’m pretty sure you are — then you’re in luck.
Several world-class sales conferences are coming up on the calendar soon.
These events provide awesome opportunities to learn best practices, update your skills, and network with other sales leaders who are wrestling with the same challenges you face every day.
Let’s take a look at three sales conferences you won’t want to miss:
1. Sales Stack
Our friends at Sales Hacker have built an impressive community for sales development leaders. The content on their website and in their LinkedIn group is always top-notch.
Sales Stack (Nov. 10, 2015, in San Francisco) will focus on how you can improve your sales productivity and effectiveness with technology.
- Ken Krogue, XANT president and founder
- Koka Sexton, LinkedIn social selling advocate
- Mandy Cole, Zenefits vice president of sales
2. AA-ISP Executive Retreat
The American Association of Inside Sales Professionals (AA-ISP) is hosting an executive retreat at the world-famous Sundance Resort.
This can’t-miss event brings together executives and senior sales leaders for a series of interactive workshops, personal development sessions, solution provider briefings, and common-interest roundtable discussions.
The retreat will take place in Sundance, Utah, on Oct. 5-7.
3. CEB Sales and Marketing Summit
Sales and marketing leaders might attend this event as much for the pre-conference golf outing as the actual conference. And that’s OK.
More deals probably get done on the golf course than in the boardroom, anyway.
This conference (Oct. 20-22, 2015, in Las Vegas) also offers up a wealth of information for those seeking to better align sales and marketing.
- Brent Adamson, CEB managing director of executive advisory services
- Peter Isaacson, Demandbase chief marketing officer
- Barry Schwartz, author of “The Paradox of Choice”
Which upcoming sales conferences are you the most excited to attend? Let us know in the comments.