6 Reasons to Attend RevOps Summit

Our RevOps Summit is coming up on July 14th  and we think you should be there. Here’s why: 

  1. Enjoy a wealth of revenue operations knowledge. 

Join this mindshare of revenue operations know-how. Revenue operations (rev ops) is an effective and efficient way to standardize process and accelerate growth within an organization as a whole. Rev ops oversee all revenue impacting activity to ensure actions are intentional. This means that there is data, strategy, and process backing up every activity. At our summit, we’ll dive into what rev ops is, how your team should be using it, what trends to look for in the industry, and more.

  1. Hear from speakers who know what they are talking about. 

Hear from over 20 revenue experts from G2 Crowd, RevOps Squared, MarketStar, Canopy, Vidyard, Vengresso, Tenbound, Go Nimbly, and more. Content will cover actionable strategies on revenue operations. Topics include operationalization of an effective sales coaching program, how to stop pitching and start solving, tech in rev ops, helping customers discover what they really want, and more, all from experienced industry professionals. 

List of speakers:

  • Matt McNulty, Heads of Rev Ops at Canopy
  • Sean Ball, VP of Marketing at DurhamLane
  • Mike Weir, CRO at G2 Crowd
  • Lorena Morales, Rev Ops Executive at Go Nimbly
  • Jen Igartua, CEO at Go Nimbly
  • Philip Mickey, Director of Marketing and Rev Ops at MarketStar
  • Richard Sgro, General Manager at Modern Sales Pros
  • Ryan Breneman, Director of RevOps at ObservePoint
  • Nick Siddoway, VP of Sales & Marketing at Primary Intelligence 
  • Ray Rike, CEO of RevOps Squared
  • Brad Rosen, Head of Sales Operations at Sales Assembly
  • Justin Michael, CEO & Founder at Salesborgs.ai
  • Michael Pedone, CEO of SalesBuzz
  • David Dulaney, CEO of Tenbound
  • Jeff Ignacio, Head of Revenue and Growth Operations at Upkeep
  • Mario Martinez Jr, CEO at Vengreso
  • Tyler Lessard, Revenue Operations Lead at Vidyard
  • Dave Boyce, Chief Strategy Officer at XANT
  • Scott Sutton, VP of Revenue Operations at ZoomInfo 
  • Sean Ball, VP of Marketing at DurhamLane
  • Steve Richard, Founder of ExecVision
  • Tim Wackel, CEO & Founder of ExecVision
  • Tyler Lessard, Revenue Operations Lead at Vidyard
  • Don Otvos, VP of Revenue Operations at LeanData
  • Jen Gergen, Head of Operations at AA-ISP
  1. Get ahead of industry trends.

A solid operations team is essential to success in any organization, but revenue operations is a fairly new concept. Revenue operations cover sales and marketing operations for a centralized strategy from the top to the bottom. Some rev ops even go through to customer success and renewals. To put it short, rev ops in the strategy behind the customer journey. And if industry trends have told us anything in the last year, it’s that buyers are in control and they care about the customer experience. In 2020, consumers shifted to value experience overpricing when deciding whether or not to purchase.

  1. Invest in your team and your operation. 

Leave with tactics to get better results for your team. Creating a better, smoother process for your customers is a huge investment for your organization. The customer experience is more important and more public than ever. Here are a few stats to really drive that home:

  •  93% of consumers say that online reviews influence their decision whether or not to buy. 
  • In B2B sales, 92% of buyers say reading a positive review influences them to purchase. Get advice from revenue operations experts on how you can improve your process, create a better experience for your customers, and ultimately impact your bottom line.
  • 86% of buyers are willing to pay more for a great customer experience. Don’t miss out on potential customers and more revenue because of a poor customer experience. Invest now and your bottom line will thank you later.  
  1. Connect with other industry professionals. 

This has been a tough year for connections. Even though many of us are virtual, we can still make connections and grow our networks. Expand your circle—hear from a new crowd and learn from the best in the industry. 

  1. It’s FREE!

Do we really need to say more about this? It’s free advice from some industry pros. Plus, if you can’t make it to the event live, you can still get access to the recordings—so sign up! 

Convinced yet? Register for the event here.

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