Jill Konrath, Best-Selling Sales Author, to Speak at Sales Acceleration Summit

Jill Konrath Jill Konrath’s bio says her “career is defined by her relentless search for fresh sales strategies that actually work in today’s business environment,” and her legacy proves it.

Konrath recently joined us on an XANT webinar, and we’re excited to welcome her back to this year’s Sales Acceleration Summit — the world’s largest virtual summit for sales and marketing leaders.

She will give a presentation on “Outwitting Your Biggest Nemesis” at this year’s summit on May 7.

With a sales blog with 125,000 followers, clients that include Microsoft, Accenture and Staples, and three best-selling sales books, Konrath offers both knowledge and experience.

Her book “Selling to Big Companies,” revealed ways to win bigger accounts and is a Top 10 “How to Sell” Book of All Time, according to “Inc.” Her next book, “SNAP Selling,” offered strategies to sell to today’s busy prospects and earned additional accolades, including Top 10 Books About Sales by Small Business Trends, the 2010 Best Business Books by Soundview, and the 2010 silver medal in the Top Sales Awards.

Her latest book, “Agile Selling,” discusses why entrepreneurs should become agile sellers and leverage this mindset. Learn more about agile selling in her 2014 Sales Acceleration Summit presentation.

As well as being featured in outlets like “Fortune,” “Businessweek” and “The Wall Street Journal,” Konrath regularly speaks at sales conferences and kickoff meetings.

So we’re delighted to have her speak at this year’s Sales Acceleration Summit. Last year, this can’t-miss event attracted 20,000+ registrants, representing 11,000+ companies and 50 percent of the Fortune 500.

To learn from Jill Konrath and gain access to 80+ sessions that will help you accelerate your sales, register for the Sales Acceleration Summit.

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