A Few Spots Still Left for Executive Roundtable on Media Sales
For years we’ve been talking about the serious challenges publishers face with sales teams in a multi-channel digital world. So, Publishing Executive magazine, fresh off a huge success with FUSE, is hosting our second annual Reboot: Radically Transforming Media Sales event in New York City -- just two weeks from now on Thurs., Oct. 6th. Details can be found here.
In concert with the Reboot sales workshop, we'll be hosting an Executive Roundtable on Media Sales. This roundtable is for senior-level media executives responsible for transforming how their sales teams sell and driving bottom line revenue. The roundtable is free to attend for qualified attendees.
Seats are limited, so please contact Publishing Executive editor-in-chief if you're interested (email@example.com).
More details are below.
Reboot: Radically Transforming Media Sales - Executive Roundtable
Thurs., Oct. 6th -- 9AM to 12PM -- The Breslin at Ace Hotel in NYC (16 West 29th Street)
An invite-only executive roundtable, where publishing leadership will candidly discuss how their companies are revamping their sales approach and supporting the strategies covered in the Reboot sales workshop.
Executive Roundtable discussions will center around these issues and more:
- Changing the way we package products and communicate value to clients
- Revamping media sales culture geared for today’s challenges
- Defining the modern salesperson: marketing, creative, and data-minded
- Hiring the right talent and transforming your current roster
- Empowering sales reps & systematizing what all-star salespeople do
- Killing septic self-defeatism and building optimism and confidence in your products
- Addressing the agency challenge
- Selling audience, informed by data, instead of products and channels
The Executive Roundtable will occur in concert with the Reboot event, a high performance sales workshop aimed to radically transform how media is sold. This is where you’ll want to send your sales folks -- not so they can learn some new tactical tips and tricks -- but to change their entire selling mindset.