Join Us for Our Breakfast Meeting!
Dublin Entrepreneurial Center
565 Metro Place South, First Floor Networking Room
Dublin, OH 43017
7:30 am – Meet and Eat
8:00 am until 9:00 am – Guest Speaker
9:00 am until 10:00 am – Network with Other Members
“Trends in Prospecting”
Join us on June 8th to discuss Trends in Prospecting with email and social media.
We will explore:
– What role should marketing play in generating sales qualified leads?
– What are some of the best practices in generating qualified leads?- What are the most successful lead generation tactics?- Does email still work?
– What if my problem is not the quantity but quality of leads?
– How do I measure success? Bring your most pressing questions for our panel of experts.
Amy Barcus is the Founding Partner of Click2Sell, a software as a service company that has successfully solved one of the biggest challenges in sales – prospecting.
Built by sales professionals for sales professionals, Click2Sell’s mission is simply to make sales professionals more successful. Amy has mastered the art and science of prospecting, effectively connecting Click2Sell’s clients to the right prospects at the right time by using the most effective proven content. Amy has nearly 25 years of sales experience and has worked with thousands of sales professionals in virtually every industry.
Bill Kiefaber, President and Partner of Marketing Works, brings more than 26 years of management, marketing and communications experience to its clients and non-profit organizations. His core role is to lead the creation of integrated marketing and communications programs that help organizations engage with their target audiences, improve visibility, guarantee brand consistency, stimulate customer loyalty and increase sales. Recently, Bill served as the senior vice president at Fahlgren Mortine and before that as the chief operating officer of GRIP Technology. In these roles, he was responsible for developing growth strategies, overseeing client relationships and managing company operations. While at GRIP, Bill helped the company grow by more than 300 percent.