One of the most explosive tech scenes in recent years has been Austin, and with it has brought a huge upswing in B2B sales needs. Recently launched in September 2017, the Austin chapter has quickly established itself as the center of sales thought leadership and community networking for anyone involved in B2B selling.
Contact our GM Mark Marostica for more information about attending, volunteering, speaking, or sponsoring our Austin chapter.
Mark Marostica brings more than 24 years of experience in business development, enterprise sales, and operations in the technology and manufacturing industry. Prior to joining Briggo in 2017, Marostica was the COO of Consilience Software leading a team of 50+ providing enterprise software technology to the public and private healthcare markets. Mark served as VP of Business Development and VP of Sales during his 12 years at Atlas Development Corporation where he created the sales process and developed a sales team achieving an average YOY sales growth of 60%. Mark’s experience includes opening and managing the regional sales offices in China for Ingram Micro as well as serving as regional sales manager for Asia and Middle Eastern markets for American Racing Equipment. Mark holds an MBA from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Occidental College. He has served as a board member of the Child Development Center, as well as active in a variety of charitable organizations including Globe Aware and Girl Scouts of Central Texas.
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