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Our first chapter outside of NYC was established in Boston on September 2015.  Our very first talk featured the first enterprise sales rep hired by Marc Benioff of Salesforce and who went on to close the first six figure deal and later the first seven figure deal for the company.  In subsequent talks, we hosted well-known sales gurus such as Trish Bertuzzi, John Barrows, and Mark Roberge.

Contact our GMs Steve Sienkiewicz and Glenn Donovan for more information about attending, volunteering, speaking, or sponsoring our Boston chapter.

Organizers

Steve Sienkiewicz

Steve Sienkiewicz

Organizer

Steve Sienkiewicz has 25 years experience helping organizations deliver commercial growth initiatives, implement strategic account strategies, and develop sales enablement programs. As Managing Director of Accelerate Consulting, he serves executives and sales leaders by providing insights, solutions and coaching that drive the change needed and deliver the outcomes they expect.

Glenn Donovan

Glenn Donovan

Organizer

Glenn Donovan is a techology sales leader with 30 years experience in the software/tech/saas business. He was worked with and advised dozens of early phase software and SaaS companies on how how to win and grow. Currently, he leads the sales and customer success team at GaggleAMP.

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