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Episode 152  |  01:06:06 hours

132: The Art of Closing A Deal With Danny Read

Episode 152  |  01:06:06 hours  |  01.27.2020

132: The Art of Closing A Deal With Danny Read

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This is a podcast episode titled, 132: The Art of Closing A Deal With Danny Read. The summary for this episode is: <p>This week we're pleased to have an award winning sales rep on the podcast. You may remember back at Dreamforce, Chili Piper threw a competition judged by John Barrows and other sales leaders. The criteria to win was to tell the panel about a deal you closed against the odds, using teamwork and generating a great solution for the buyer a the same time. Enter Danny Read from G2 who was one of the winners. In this podcast, he talks us through the story of his deal and the hurdles he overcame. This is a killer episode for AE's out there!</p> <p>In This Podcast You'll Learn:<br /> Giving a lot away<br /> Teamwork that helps the buyer get what they need<br /> Getting the deal over the line</p>

This week we're pleased to have an award winning sales rep on the podcast. You may remember back at Dreamforce, Chili Piper threw a competition judged by John Barrows and other sales leaders. The criteria to win was to tell the panel about a deal you closed against the odds, using teamwork and generating a great solution for the buyer a the same time. Enter Danny Read from G2 who was one of the winners. In this podcast, he talks us through the story of his deal and the hurdles he overcame. This is a killer episode for AE's out there!

In This Podcast You'll Learn:
Giving a lot away
Teamwork that helps the buyer get what they need
Getting the deal over the line

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