We all know that sales conferences share a great spirit and are even better source for motivation. Aside from learning what’s preached by the experts, you are also getting a chance to grow your network with like-minded professionals.
The results of the techniques you learn on these sales conferences are the best part. They actually offer you a fantastic return on investment but also a chance to do sales like you never did – all that coming from one conference you have recently attended.
If you were a part of a major sales conference in USA recently, you definitely know the feeling. But if no, we are sharing the best US sales conferences you should attend to this year.
The Revenue Summit – San Francisco, CA (7 – 8 March 2017)
There is a lot of buzz going on when it comes to The Revenue Summit, mostly because it is among the largest sales conferences in the country. The speaker list is what makes this event huge – with names including Ariana Huffington, Gary Vaynerchuk, Seth Godin, Trish Bertuzzi and a lot more.
TOPO Sales Summit – San Francisco, CA (12 – 13 April 2017)
The TOPO Sales Summit is hosted by one of the world’s fastest growing sales organization (TOPO) and is meant to instill trust and teach the attendees the core values of their growth. Each year, the event is getting better and better and the positive reviews speak about its quality. Some of the big names attending it as speakers included the names of Doug Landig (VP Sales, Box) as well as Scott Keane (Demand Management Director at Google).
10X Growth Conference – Hollywood, Florida (17 – 19 March)
If you have never heard of Grant Cardone before, it’s about time you hear what this amazing sales professional has to say on how he built his empire. Motivational, inspiring and definitely witty, Grant is the man behind this event, teaching people how to ‘10X’ their efforts, roles and businesses. Aside from Grant, the speaker list includes some famous names every year (Les Brown, Jay Abraham etc.)
AA-ISP Leadership Summit – Chicago (18 – 20 April)
From managers to directors and even vice presidents – the AA-ISP Leadership Summit puts some very impressive names on the list, all speaking about the new trends in sales and the best productivity tools to make most of. Another great thing about this event is the focus on recruitment and best hiring practices as well as call coaching – which as we all know, is the main aim for every CEO or recruitment director.
Sales 3.0 Conference – San Francisco (1 May) , Las Vegas (18 and 19 September) and Philadelphia (4 December)
As you can see, this event is hosted in three different cities at different times. That is what makes it truly special and well-known among the country. The topics include but are not limited to emerging trends in sales, sales enablement, operations, machine learning, artificial intelligence and other tech-savvy things that can ramp up business sales. Attendees can vote on the topics they are most interested in and therefore make the most of this sales conference.
Pulse – Oakland (9 – 11 May)
Pulse gets you to a different perspective when it comes to sales. It is an event that talks about how sales don’t end with closed deals, how to do cross-sells, upsells and take advantage of the best techniques and tactical tips. Of course, transferred to you by true experts in the industry.
B2B LeadsCon – New York (21 – 23 August)
If you are in New York in August and want to attend to something special, this is the sales conference you are looking for. Focusing on professionals responsible for generating, preparing and converting leads (known as marketers and sales gurus) – this even talks about brand building, campaign running and lead response facts.
INBOUND – Boston (25 – 28 September)
Never heard of INBOUND before? Basically, it’s an annual event that features inspiring marketing and sales professionals from all around the globe. Some of the past speakers included the names of Anna Kendrick and Ta-Nehisi Coates, as well as Trish Bertuzzi, Daniel Pink and Jill Konrath. All of them offer their grasp of sales techniques, helping you organize better and level-up your sales efforts.
Sales Force Productivity Conference – Atlanta (16 – 18 October)
Sales and productivity are some of today’s most popular topics. This event brings them together from the perspective of motivational speakers – and their ways that streamline performance better and teach you how to ramp up your technology strategy, operations effectiveness as well as sales manager development. Although the list of speakers is not announced yet, this even is definitely ideal for sales professionals of all roles, types and experiences.
Interested in attending some (or all) of these events this year?
Book your spot today. But hurry up – they are huge in demand!
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