Breakout Sessions

DATE TIME SPEAKER TITLE TRACK
Sat., Jan. 14 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Judd Wheeler

101: Inserting Mobile Into the Customer Journey

Customer experience is the new battlefield. Providing an excellent experience, a shareable experience, is something every brand should strive for. Customers will pay more for a better experience. They no longer sit in their rooms browsing a three-ring binder. They want the same content and more on their smartphone, accessible on the go. This interactive presentation takes a look at your customer journey map and what mobile technologies could have an impact in each phase to enhance the customer experience and build loyalty.

Sponsor:  Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism

TECHNOLOGY
Sat., Jan. 14 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Joshua Seth

102: 21 Tips to Supercharge Your Productivity 

This presentation is full of one great productivity-enhancing idea after another. Delivered in a fun, fast, easy-to-implement style by Joshua Seth, real-life mentalist and author of the best-selling book “Finding Focus in a Busy World: How to Tune Out the Noise and Work Well Under Pressure”. Discover how to work smarter, not harder, and get more of the right things done with less time and effort.

Sponsor:  Turning Stone Resort Casino

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Sat., Jan. 14 3 – 4 p.m. Joshua Seth

103: How to Get to Inbox Zero in an Hour

The more items you have in your inbox, the more you have on your mind. Every email in your inbox represents a commitment of time and focus. And they just keep coming. Let's deal with it once and for all. In this fun, fast-paced presentation, best-selling author Joshua Seth ("Finding Focus in A Busy World: How to Tune Out the Noise and Work Well Under Pressure") shows you a step-by-step system for clearing out your email inbox in under an hour... and staying there.

Sponsor:  Turning Stone Resort Casino

TECHNOLOGY
Sat., Jan. 14 3 – 4 p.m. John Kennedy

104: Driving Creativity and Innovation in Tour and Travel

Join international speaker, author and strategist John Kennedy as he presents this relevant and timely topic of driving creativity and innovation in your business. As the needs of our customers continue to evolve, what was extraordinary has now become just plain on ordinary.

John will demonstrate the power of innovation and creativity to drive interest, demand and experience to your tour and travel audiences and customers. “Business Not as Usual” is the key driver to this workshop, and John will have you leaving with the interest and intention to re-evaluate everything!

Sponsor:  Maine Office of Tourism

SALES AND MARKETING
Sat., Jan. 14 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Dr. Gary Schwantz

105: Get To or Got To – Choosing To Love Life (or Not!)

We can't inspire others unless we are inspired ourselves. Dr. Gary Schwantz contends that this inspiration is found in loving life. Gary, an original member of the dark side, will share what allows him to view life as a privilege, a "Get To".  For others who may be members of the dark side, you will enjoy his ideas and find some practical ways to love life - for those on the lighter side you'll enjoy his encouragement. In addition, join the discussion on how to apply  this idea of seeing life as a privilege to our work as leaders and managers.

Sponsor: The Jim Stafford Theatre

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Sat., Jan. 14 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Johnny Campbell

106: Relationship Marketing Secrets

One of the toughest challenges business owners face is the time spent trying to attract new prospects and turn them into customers. But when done correctly based on relationships marketing sequence it can be productive and profitable. In this program, you’ll learn relationship-marketing strategies that will help you attract the right prospects to your business and how to turn those prospects into customers in 30 days or less.

Sponsor:  Tourism Saskatchewan and Tourism Saskatoon

SALES AND MARKETING
Sun., Jan. 15 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Heather Lutze

201: Marketing Espionage: How to Leverage Competitive Intelligence to Dominate Online

Shoe phones, cones of silence, British sports cars, and intelligence gathering is not just for James Bond and Mr. Gadget. Let’s put on our trench coats, grab our briefcases and start to SPY. This mission is yours if you choose to accept it. This session will show you how to understand the competitors who are taking their business online and learn how to be a better marketer to dominate this sphere. This will self destruct in 10 seconds.

Sponsor:  New Hampshire Tourism

TECHNOLOGY
Sun., Jan. 15 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Debra Fine

202: The Fine Art of Small Talk: Every Conversation is an Opportunity for Success

Do you hate walking into a room filled with strangers and striking up a conversation? Do you dread receptions, networking events, or upcoming parties? Every new face is a new opportunity for conversational success. Don't find yourself alone in the corner, hanging out by the bar, or jumping ship. Attend this session to become a small talk survivor! In this informative, interactive and entertaining seminar, you'll learn how to make a positive, lasting impression from the minute you say hello and how to break the ice and get a good conversation going, even with a total stranger. Also learn to avoid awkward silences and "foot-in-mouth" disease and how to exit conversations with grace. Leave with the power to strike up a conversation with anyone while turning every conversation into an opportunity for success.

Sponsor:  Virginia Tourism Corp. & Partners

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Sun., Jan. 15 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Dr. Gary Schwantz

203: Millennials, Life Stages and the New Marketplace

There is, understandably and correctly, a lot of focus on marketing to millennials, understanding the way they communicate, what appeals to them, their use of social media. While all of this is important, let's broaden this discussion to consider all life stages. What are the needs and motivations (and fears) for each age we are working to appeal to? Keep in mind, every generation (including yours) is motivated by something slightly different. Let's talk about those differences, from a marketing and managing perspective. A fascinating discussion with important applications.

Sponsor: The Jim Stafford Theatre

SALES AND MARKETING
Sun., Jan. 15 11 a.m. – Noon Judd Wheeler

204: Cultivating Customer Relationships with Mobile Technology

The path to purchase is more complicated than ever before. Mobile is #1 for travel research and booking. Seventy percent of Millennials prefer their smartphones for research.

How do we cultivate the relationship once we’ve made contact? To cultivate the relationship, you must go where your customers are: their most personal device – mobile. In the new mobile economy, consumers increasingly rely on smartphones and tablets to access the internet. Mobile phones are always on, always near and the most personal way to connect.

It’s imperative that we retain customers once acquired. Once loyal, the next step is to turn them into advocates. Mobile can play a part in creating an experience that will create loyal advocates.

Sponsor:  Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism

TECHNOLOGY
Sun., Jan. 15 11 a.m. – Noon Rae Majors-Wildman

205: Investing in the Next Generation of Leaders: Strategies to Identify, Attract, and Develop ROCKSTAR Employees

Are you ready? By 2025, three-quarters (75%) of the workforce population will be made up of Millennials. What is your organization doing to not only attract but develop this new generation of emerging leaders? This talk is designed to give you the insights on how to effectively lead, communicate and develop the largest generation in our country’s history.

Sponsor:  Team Mississippi

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Sun., Jan. 15 11 a.m. – Noon Stuart Ellis-Myers

206: Triple TripAdvisor, Double Your Sales

Warning all DMO, CVB, Hotel, Restaurant, Attraction & Tour Operator Leaders: More than 340 million travelers a month trust TripAdvisor.com and YouTube.com to ‘get the truth and go’! This means that more than 50 percent of your guests and tourism region visitors are checking out your TripAdvisor reviews and only then making their travel decisions.

Who better than a highly successful hotel, tour, attraction, CVB & DMO sales master living inspirationally with Tourettes Syndrome, uncontrollable twitches, tics and wild gestures to create Triple TripAdvisor. No other tourism marketing and guest experience review mastery program leaves you with a video-based training legacy starring frontline tourism service superstars from around the world standing tall and together with your people sharing with the world how they word-for-word, action-by-action over-wow your visitors and guests.

Sponsor: University Circle

SALES AND MARKETING
Sun., Jan. 15 3 – 4 p.m. Johnny Campbell

207: The Mobile Millennial Buyer – (Marketing Millennial)

Millennials are tech savvy and have never really known life without being online. Millennials know they have options and like to be in control of the shopping and buying process. In this program, we will discuss how Millennials are using mobile devices to interact with brands and make buying decisions.

Sponsor:  Tourism Saskatchewan and Tourism Saskatoon

TECHNOLOGY
Sun., Jan. 15 3 – 4 p.m. Debra Fine

208: The Fine Art of Building Business Relationships, One Conversation at a Time

Leaders learn the technical skills required for career success, often overlooking the importance of conversation and rapport building skills. The ability to talk easily with anyone is a learned skill, not a personality trait. Acquiring it will help develop rapport within organizations, raise visibility and create liaisons with the community at large, leaving a positive impression that increases influence. In the competitive world of business more emphasis is placed on developing personal business relationships than has been expected in the past. The leader who avoids opportunities to meet new people or whose conversation is frozen by these meetings will limit themselves professionally as well as personally. 

Sponsor:  Virginia Tourism Corp. & Partners

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Sun., Jan. 15 3 – 4 p.m. John Kennedy

209: The Great Game of Business: How to Measure Success One Game at a Time

From the book of the same name, “The Great Game of Business” creates a culture of measurement and momentum by setting expectations, and then shining a laser-like focus of light on those areas of importance. (You can’t expect what you can’t inspect).

From the four stages of culture creation to the step-by-step approach to setting the standards of the “Great Game of Business,” John will fill your toolboxes with strategies, suggestions and success for the best chance of growth in 2017 and beyond!

Sponsor:  Maine Office of Tourism

SALES AND MARKETING
Sun., Jan. 15 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Heather Lutze

210: App Crazy: Top 10 Best Apps Every Business Should Use

Whether you were born with an smartphone in your hand or not, it's hard to ignore the popularity of apps. This session will cut to the chase and give you the Top 10 Apps every business owner and tour operator should have at their fingertips. So pull out your phones and let's get downloading to success.

Sponsor:  New Hampshire Tourism

TECHNOLOGY
Sun., Jan. 15 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Vincent Ivan Phipps

211: Amplify Your Attitude

Attitude is one of the most important yet least trained professional skills in any service industry. During moments of challenge, those who can follow the three “P”s of attitude have the advantage: Patient, Positive and Prepared.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Sun., Jan. 15 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Dave Sherman

212: Seven Steps to Super Sales Success

What’s the difference between businesses that thrive and those that seem to just survive? Successful businesses have a sales and marketing plan that brings in a constant stream of new prospects and maximizes the value of existing customers. This is done by understanding the principles of Lifecycle Marketing for Small Business - the seven steps thriving businesses are using to grow, nurture and retain valuable customers.

In this powerful and informative presentation, you will learn to analyze areas of opportunity in your business and develop a sales and marketing plan to open your customer floodgates. 

Sponsor: Best Western Hotels & Resorts

SALES AND MARKETING
Mon., Jan. 16 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Heather Lutze

301: Business in Your Own Backyard: How to Leverage Location Directories to Win New Business

Yelp is a search engine as is Google Places and Foursquare. This session will help businesses in the tourism space leverage their localized listings for greater business in their own hometown and how tourists use these localized tools to find businesses. "Check In" with these cutting edge social local sites.

Sponsor:  New Hampshire Tourism

TECHNOLOGY
9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Rae Majors-Wildman

302: Cracking the Employee Engagement Code: How to Attract Top Talent and Keep Employees Engaged and Happy

What do companies need to do to keep their Rockstar employees happy? According to the U.S. Dept. of Labor, approximately 2 million employees quit their jobs each and every month. The reasons your employees are fleeing may just surprise you. This talk will teach you how to attract top talent, and what you can do to keep them engaged, happy and highly productive.

Sponsor:  Team Mississippi

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Mon., Jan. 16 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Stuart  Ellis-Myers

303: Unstoppable Tourism Sales

Who better than a highly successful hotel, tour, attraction, CVB and DMO sales master living and working with uncontrollable twitches, tics and wild gestures to share how anyone can sell multiple millions of group and FIT destination sales dollars while achieving total tourism sales success? Stuart Ellis-Myers a.k.a. Twitchy is the world’s only sales mastery keynote speaker living with Tourettes. This high-impact special event experience guides tourism sales professionals as they transform their own ‘twitches’ into sales ‘riches’. He inspires tourism audiences worldwide with his contagious enthusiasm and powerfully proven techniques for increasing sales closure performance by 23 percent. 

Sponsor: University Circle

SALES AND MARKETING
Mon., Jan. 16 11 a.m. – Noon Randall Dean

304: From Distracted to Productive

E-mail. Texts. Interruptions. Project transitions. Office clutter. Social and other media. Your smartphones and tablets. Even family and friends. These key "distractors" sometimes make it almost impossible to get anything done. It sometimes seems like there is always SOMETHING getting in the way of what you really need to do. But with some forethought and effective strategies, as well as some personal discipline, it is more than possible to find your focus once again, even in a hyper-distracted world. As a matter of fact, those using these strategies will have a long-term competitive advantage ̶̶ both professionally and personally. In this new program by popular time and tech management speaker Randy Dean, MBA, we'll look at each of these key areas of distraction and define strategies for enhancing long-term focus, productivity, and performance. We'll share "game plan" ideas for getting and keeping your distractors under control, and finding critical "focused productivity" time each and every day, leading to not only performance but also clarity of mind and purpose.

Sponsor:  Tour Illinois

TECHNOLOGY
Mon., Jan. 16 11 a.m. – Noon Brent  Sverdloff

305: The Art of Remembering Names and Faces for Business Professionals

Each of us is in the business of building relationships, and that starts with remembering someone’s name. Getting a name right inspires confidence from the outset and helps others remember you—a powerful advantage in any business or social situation.

If you have ever blanked on a person’s name right after being introduced, wonder why, and want to stop, this session is for you. Understand the science-backed reasons why we tend to retain details about people we meet—where they live, grew up, like to vacation, etc.—but forget their names almost at once. 

Learn systems for turning any name into a memorable, concrete image—no matter what its origin or perceived complexity. Discover how to heighten your “visual literacy” to see faces in a fresh new way. Then, unleash your creativity and engage in lively exercises that teach you how to link the name to the face.

Sponsor:  Biltmore and Asheville CVB

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Mon., Jan. 16 11 a.m. – Noon Carylann Assante, CAE

306: Get Your Share of the Student Market

Student travel is a $185 billion industry. That is 26 percent of all global tourism annually - and the U.S. student group market is valued at $5.6 million annually. ​Student and youth travel takes many forms – sports, performance, educational and volunteerism. It can involve all ages, from elementary school to young professionals. But one thing is certain. This market is growing. In fact, more than 50 percent of motorcoach travel is students. This year SYTA will present in-depth data from the teacher survey published this year with a focus on regional travel booked within the U.S.  ​Learn about this growing market and what you can do to get your share of it.

Sponsor:  Student & Youth Travel Association

SALES AND MARKETING
Mon., Jan. 16 3 – 4 p.m. Crystal Washington

307: The Master Class: Technology for Efficiency, Relationship Building and Focusing on Real Priorities in 2017

Do you ever wish there were more hours in the day? Tourism professionals find themselves challenged to consistently demonstrate greater results with fewer resources and time. In this session, Crystal Washington will show you how to outsource non-important work activities, leverage social media  and apps to increase efficiency and real relationship building AND use all of this extra time to invest in top career priorities (and maybe a little R&R too). 

Sponsor:  Capital City Lake Murray Regional Tourism and Embassy Suites, Columbia, SC

TECHNOLOGY
Mon., Jan. 16 3 – 4 p.m. Vincent Ivan Phipps

308: Amplify Your Conflict Resolution Skills

Eighty-three percent of conflicts (resignations, firings and lack of promotions) are not because of staff lacking technical skills; but instead lacking interpersonal/people skills. Today’s professionals do not lack the desire to be more effective when communicating with others, they lack the skills. These are the skills that are not taught but often acquired through mistakes, lost opportunities and efforts to repair professional rapport or important relationships. This topic identifies the key areas where miscommunication occurs. Whether with current clients, team members or prospective customers; you will receive effective solutions to ensure you maximize revenue by amplifying your communication rapport.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Mon., Jan. 16 3 – 4 p.m. Dave Sherman

309: Embracing the Art of the Schmooze

The #1 way to enhance your personal life and your professional career is by meeting more people, growing your network and getting more done. It’s not about landing more sales; it’s about finding more contacts for your network. Unfortunately, most people have been trained to sell but have never been trained to SCHMOOZE! In this powerful, engaging and motivating presentation, Dave will share the tips and tools necessary to help you grow your network and enhance your professional and personal life. 

Sponsor: Best Western Hotels & Resorts

SALES AND MARKETING
Mon., Jan. 16 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Randall Dean

310: Smartphone Success and Terrific Tablets

You know which apps are fun, but what apps, services and functions will help you turn your Droid, iPhone/iPad, and/or Windows device into a productivity workhorse? In this session, we will discuss the apps and peripheral devices that help take your smartphone (and tablets) from "cool" to "critical" when it comes to productivity, time, project, people, and email management as well as "remote" productivity. We'll even show you a new configuration of apps and services that could allow you to potentially consider using these devices in lieu of more traditional laptop/desktop computers, and how these devices might actually be even more powerful from a productivity perspective right now. A highlight to this program is when the presenter, Randy Dean, opens up the floor to program participants to share their favorite apps, allowing people to gain knowledge from all program attendees.

Sponsor:  Tour Illinois

TECHNOLOGY
Mon., Jan. 16 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Sima Dahl

311: Personal Branding for Professional Success

When is the last time you Googled yourself, reviewed your staff's LinkedIn profiles, or read online reviews of prospective suppliers? The truth is that every single person has a "digital footprint," and in today's hyper-networked, social media-powered, tech-driven world, you can no longer afford to ignore it. In fact, how you show up online ̶ and how your staff does too ̶ can either lift up the business brand or take it down a notch. In this high-energy and interactive presentation Sima Dahl, America's personal branding champion, will share her proven framework for putting your best foot forward online, staying top of mind, and attracting opportunity. Don't let another day go by without using the power of branding to position yourself as someone to know, to trust and to do business with.

Sponsor:  Rhode Island Tourism

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Mon., Jan. 16 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Christina Miranda

312: Marketing Has No Boundaries

Your image is your most precious asset, and you funnel big resources into creating gorgeous marketing materials to foster it. But in this age of insta-sharing, the rules of the marketing game have changed. Now every consumer touch point – service, design, operations, programming and more – has marketing potential, and how you embrace it determines your brand’s fate: are you creating an exponential sales force, or setting yourself up for a hugefail? Learn to view your operation through a fresh marketing lens…and inspire your organization to adopt the philosophy that marketing has no boundaries.

Sponsor:  Vermont Department of Tourism

SALES AND MARKETING
Tues., Jan. 17 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Crystal Washington

401: Decoding Millenials: What Every Travel Professional Should Know

2016 saw some major shifts in Millennials online travel behaviors. Attracting savvy Millennials requires creativity and innovative strategy. Throwing money into[MH1]  the newest technology fads is what many companies are doing—without any measurable results. In this session, attendees will discover the key to becoming a Millennials magnet in 2017!

Sponsor:  Capital City Lake Murray Regional Tourism and Embassy Suites, Columbia, SC

TECHNOLOGY
Tues., Jan. 17 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Bob Pacanovsky

402: Eureka! You Found Gold! (The Value of Your Customer's Experience)

It costs six to seven times more to acquire a new customer than to retain an existing one. So why are we continually looking for those “golden nuggets” of new customers, when we have them staring us right in the face? Learn the steps to turn an average customer into a loyal and raving Brand Ambassador for your company! Then, you have truly found Gold!  How do you get your customers to this level? It starts with your employees and how you empower and engage them to change the “customer service mindset” into a “customer experience culture”. 

Sponsor:  Philadelphia CVB

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Tues., Jan. 17 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Christina Miranda

403: The Art of Persuasive Writing: Make Every Word Count

You practice your golf swing…but do you practice your writing technique? Persuasive writing is more than just slapping some words down on paper̶it’s about selecting the precise phrasing needed to paint an instant visual picture. This means understanding how to adapt your style to achieve the objective at hand. Email blasts, website copy, letters to customers, sales brochures, memos to colleagues, proposals̶all require different positioning and word choice to be successful. In this workshop, you will learn useful tips for adopting precisely the right words and tone to influence your desired audience and move them to action.

Sponsor:  Vermont Department of Tourism

SALES AND MARKETING
Tues., Jan. 17 11 a.m. – Noon Randall Dean

404: Optimizing Your MS Outlook: Time and Client Management Strategies for Outlook Users  

In this popular program on getting the most from your Outlook, Randy Dean, author of the recent Amazon email bestseller, Taming the E-mail Beast, shows you how to expand your capabilities with the market-leading Microsoft Outlook email and professional organization software. Randy delves into Outlook-specific strategies for many of the most common areas of productivity loss (and possible gain!) afflicting many busy professionals today: managing multiple projects and tasks; maintaining "traction" when dealing with tasks and interruptions; clearing the clutter in your mind for better focus; keeping staff on task; tracking "who owes you what" and getting that information on time; and better managing your calendar and contacts for better time and relationship management.

Sponsor:  Tour Illinois

TECHNOLOGY
Tues., Jan. 17 11 a.m. – Noon Brent  Sverdloff

405: How to Memorize Scripts, Speeches, Lists and Other Sequential Materials

Ever wonder how stage actors commit reams of dialogue to memory and seem to deliver their lines effortlessly? Curious about how you can channel the memorization methods used by the great orators of Ancient Greece and Rome? All will be revealed in this fun and highly interactive session!

Bring material that you want to know by heart: a list of people, places or things; a detailed travel itinerary; a presentation about an historic landmark; or something else. You will learn how to apply the 2,500-year-old “Method of Loci,” a system of tying sequential information to familiar physical locations. For added reinforcement, you’ll be let in on some time-honored techniques that Broadway actors use to master their lines.

Sponsor:  Biltmore and Asheville CVB

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Tues., Jan. 17 11 a.m. – Noon Group Sales Box Office

406: Broadway Classroom

Join us for a special Broadway Classroom Education Session and experience first-hand why it is a “must” for all of your groups.

Make your Broadway debut and participate in our Step by Step dance workshop. Taught by a performer from Chicago, you’ll learn choreography from the longest-running American musical on Broadway. After you strut your stuff, you’ll be able to wind down with a Q&A. Get up close and personal in a one-on-one discussion with the performer. This forum gives attendees a unique opportunity to engage in a meaningful and introspective open dialogue, so have your questions ready.

Sponsor: Group Sales Box Office/Broadway.com

SALES AND MARKETING
Tues., Jan. 17 3 – 4 p.m. Crystal Washington

407: Upgrade Your Digital Promotions

Do you need an infusion of new ideas into your social media marketing strategy? In this fun and informative session, attendees will learn innovative tactics for leveraging social networks like Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to gain new clients and turn existing clients into brand advocates.

Sponsor:  Capital City Lake Murray Regional Tourism and Embassy Suites, Columbia, SC

TECHNOLOGY
Tues., Jan. 17 3 – 4 p.m. Bob Pacanovsky

408: Smile! Your Brand and Behavior are on Camera (and Everywhere!)

Today more than ever, almost everything we do can be photographed, videotaped or audiotaped.  How we act, behave, dine, drink, dress, email, post, speak and even drive can be observed for everyone to see in a moment’s notice. The personal brand of your team can be tied directly into the professional brand and image of your company.

Are you confident or concerned on how your employees represent themselves and the company in meetings, at events or dinners or at conferences? Learn the four traits that will make you more valuable to your clients, coworkers and company (and outclass the competition!) And be on the lookout, as you may see the paparazzi ready to get you on camera!

Sponsor:  Philadelphia CVB

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Tues., Jan. 17 3 – 4 p.m. Sima Dahl

409: Social Selling: Are You Leaving Money on the Table?

Business owners and sales professionals no longer have the luxury of ignoring the art and science of social selling. Your prospects expect you to find them, learn about them and engage with them online. While you may think you don’t have time for “one more thing,” statistics show that social selling enthusiasts outperform naysayers. In this high-energy and interactive presentation Sima Dahl, America's personal branding champion, will share her top strategies to put the power of social into your sales. Don't let another day go by without using the power of social selling to fill your funnel and increase your close rate.

Sponsor:  Rhode Island Tourism

SALES AND MARKETING