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Business Agility Online Symposium

"Selling is a Team Sport"

Jun 27

Join us for Business Agility Online Symposium

Selling is a Team Sport | Business Agility Online Symposium

Is your business ready to thrive in an volatile and unpredictable market? Do you know what it means to sell in a customer-driven organisation? Join us in this unique event as we bring together experts to discuss and resolve these questions. Taking you from the "art of the possible" to "what are you going to do on Monday morning"!

Time: Jun 27, 2019 3:00 PM (GMT, USA Canada)

How to join us: Once you register, you will receive an email with the links to the live webinar. If you do not receive your link, please email

by University of Business Agiltiy (UBA) and Business Agility Institute
Marina Alex
Agile Sales expert @UBA
As an entrepreneur, management consultant, agile coach, and pioneer of Agile Sales, I specialise in building sustainable and robust agile organisations. I have a strong record of accomplishment with more than 10 years sales experience. During this time, my sales teams regularly brought in over $1.5million per year; outperforming all other teams and meeting (or exceeding) our sales targets. Over the last 4 years, I have developed an innovative sales technique based on business agility principles and agile practices; which I have successfully implemented in 4 major organisations across Russia. The most recent of these increased their sales performance from 43% of target to over 120% of target.
Chris Morrison
Founder @ViaVerus
Agile Market Entry (AME) is a time-tested framework for entering markets with new and disruptive technologies that works for large, multi-national sales team as well as the startup. AME works for external product launches as well as new internal projects. The overriding Principle of AME is to quickly and efficiently discover and codify the repeatable sales process to be delivered to the professional sales team to scale revenue. Unfortunately conventional sales strategies, including more contemporary methodologies such as solution selling or the challenger sale, impede and often prevent the efficient discovery of the repeatable sales process and, consequently, reaching the scaling of sales.
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