I hope you’ll join me next month for the Professional Society for Sales & Marketing Training (SMT) Annual Conference, taking place Oct. 14-16, 2009 at the Renaissance Orlando Resort at SeaWorld.
This year’s theme is “Developing Sales Excellence in a Challenging Economy,” which covers a variety of topics focused on exploring ways to keep sales professionals sharp on a budget – a subject that will definitely appeal to Corporate America during the current economic downturn. Perhaps more than the theme, I was attracted by the caliber of guest speakers at this year’s conference, including nationally renowned sales training and performance experts Dave Stein and Gary Kunath.
SMT is the only association fully dedicated to accelerating business results for its member organizations by improving sales and marketing performance through training. Since 1940, SMT’s vision has been to continue its role as the leading resource and authority for the sales and marketing training industries. SMT members include corporations and their inside training executives and practitioners, consultants, suppliers, and academic institutions.
SMT Goals Include:
- To develop and enhance the members’ competencies
- To be a resource for sales and marketing technologies
- To facilitate the exchange of ideas and experiences
- To reach out to those interested in the field of sales and marketing training
To increase awareness and recognition of the value and quality of society
Join SMT today!