May 18

The Revenue Roundtable launched!

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At times, when people combine forces, it feels like the synergy created could make "1 + 1 = 3."  This is one of those moments.  I’m excited to announce that I’ve begun another blog project called the Revenue Roundtable.

I’m proud to be associated with these recognized experts in business, marketing, sales, business development, and business management – Michael McLaughlin, Susan Getgood, Jill Konrath, Jim Logan, and Kevin Stirtz.  Special thanks goes to Jim Logan for assembling the team and concept.   

The the B2B Lead Generation Blog will continue – I plan to post more frequently – now that I am ready to write again! 

What is the Revenue Roundtable about? 

The Revenue Roundtable team’s saying is “Be practical, or be quiet.” So, head off to academia if you want to read jargon-laden management theory. Stick with us if you want specific advice on marketing strategy, lead generation, managing a complex sale, and expanding your business with your existing customers. And that’s just the start.

We’re focused on a single objective: helping you grow a profitable business—while maintaining your sanity. Our panel of experts will help you clear the path to prosperity by sharing winning strategies for building a business, and by pointing out the inevitable traps you’ll encounter along the way.

What is the premise of the Roundtable?

Each week a roundtable team member will write on one topic so you will get an in-depth view of an issue along with a variety of perspectives. And, of course we want your comments, suggestions and participation so we can tailor the blog’s content to match what you ask for.  Check it out

About the author 

Brian Carroll

Brian Carroll is the CEO and founder of markempa, helping companies to convert more customers with empathy-based marketing. He is the author of the bestseller, Lead Generation for the Complex Sale and founded B2B Lead Roundtable LinkedIn Group with 20,301+ members.

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