Secrets for Selling Technology and SaaS
Join our digital discussion with Craig Wortmann, Clinical Professor of Marketing at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and Founder and Academic Director of the Kellogg Sales Institute, as well as Scott Simony, Director of Sales at Google Cloud, as they uncover some secrets of sales in the technology and SaaS space.
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Craig Wortmann, Clinical Professor of Marketing at the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and Founder and Academic Director of the Kellogg Sales Institute
Craig has been a professor, salesperson, and entrepreneur for more than 25 years, including spending his formative years in sales for technology hardware and software at the IBM Corporation. Craig’s first entrepreneurial venture was in the software space and his second was a digital marketing agency.
Scott Simony, Director of Sales at Google Cloud
Scott is responsible for building cross-functional sales teams and forging new business partnerships with Fortune 1000 enterprises headquartered in the Midwest. Scott brings nearly 20 years of experience working at the intersection of business and technology.