Despite the challenges COVID-19 has pressed on events, Mitchell and the rest of the Mereo team have responded with the RICH™ virtual content framework to ensure that all presentations remain focused, valuable and professional despite their delivery.
“This year’s speaking events have been a drastic departure from the approach in the past. But we feel confident at Mereo that we can still provide equal value and engagement as we have in years past,” said Mitchell.
Mitchell will be sharing insights on an upcoming Top Sales World Roundtable entitled: “What’s Sales Enablement Going to Look Like in 2021?” The roundtable will also feature David Mattson, Britta Lorenz and Tamara Schenk. Learn more here.
Over the last two decades, Mitchell and his guiding principle – Seek to Serve, Not to Sell™ – has been featured at industry conferences and communities around the world including Forrester B2B Marketing Conference, Baylor University’s Center of Professional Selling events, The CMO Club Summit, the Silicon Valley Vice President of Sales Forum, SAPHIRE and Accel-KKR’s Sales Summit. In addition, Mitchell has keynoted sales meetings for Eppendorf, Ace Hardware, Miller Heiman, SAP, Harman, Ariba, Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, Pitney Bowes, Axway, Vistage Worldwide and hundreds more.
Mereo is committed to continuing to provide exceptional value to its B2B business leader audiences through keynote addresses in-person — or virtually. Learn more about the Mereo RICH framework.
For companies seeking to achieve sustainable revenue growth, Mereo provides revenue performance services which help companies win an unfair share™ of sales cycles. Market leaders such as Ariba, Eppendorf, Pitney Bowes, Accel-KKR, SAP, Zebra, E2open, Vistage, Axway, Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, Ace Hardware, Miller Heiman, OKI Data, Logility, Appirio, HireBetter, The Vintage Racing League and dozens more employ Mereo’s revenue performance programs to unleash repeatable revenue growth. For more information about Mereo, visit the firm’s website at www.mereo.co