About The Talk
As an early-stage founder, one of the most important roles and skills you’ll need to develop is sales.
Without a thoughtful approach to your sales plan and process, you’ll find it hard to engage your prospects, build your pipeline, and hire a sales team.
These are all rings on the ladder to help you reach increasing revenue goals, so that one day you’ll find yourself doing millions in ARR after starting at zero.
To dive into ways you can go from your first sales, to your first 10, to 100, we’re excited to chat with Scott Sambucci, Founder & CEO of SalesQualia, a sales coaching company that helps B2B startups grow sales faster.
Join us as we discuss ways you get your first $1 million in sales as an early-stage B2B startup, with plenty of time for audience questions as well!
Founder & CEO of SalesQualia
Scott Sambucci is a startup coach, speaker, podcaster and best-selling author. He has spent 25 years building and selling enterprise technology products as an executive at two publicly-traded companies and leading three Silicon Valley startups each to their first million in revenue. Sambucci earned an MBA in Finance from Duke University and a MA in Economics from the University of San Francisco.
Today, as the Chief Sales Geek at SalesQualia, Sambucci’s works with enterprise SaaS startups and tech companies all over the world and across several industries, including FinTech, HR Tech, EdTech, Health Care, Manufacturing, Construction and artificial intelligence.
Outside of work, Sambucci is an accomplished endurance athlete, including three Ironman triathlon finishes, an 11-mile swim across Lake Tahoe, a 21-mile ocean swim across the Catalina Channel, and numerous ultra-marathons, including three 100-mile and two 200-mile races. He and his wife and son live in Davis, CA.
For more information visit: www.salesqualia.com
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