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Marc T. Miller to Keynote S&ME conference

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

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Pittsburgh, Pa. - The Printing Industries of America and the  Sales and Marketing Executives (S&ME) is pleased to announce the keynote speaker at the S&ME annual conference being held June 21-24 at the MonteLago Village Resort in Lake Las Vegas, Nevada.

Marc T. Miller is the founder and CEO of Sogistics Corporation headquartered in Twinsburg, Ohio. Miller founded Sogistics in 1988 as a sales productivity improvement firm specializing in the large sale. Miller is considered a thought leader in the field of complex sales.
 
As the co-author of Selling is Dead, Miller will examine why sales people and selling teams must redefine their roles and adopt new selling frameworks-or risk obsolescence. He will also present case studies along with proven, research-based approaches that enable companies to fuse their sales, marketing, customer service, and new product departments into sustainable, market-optimizing growth engines.
 
Plan to attend the 2009 S&ME conference for an eye-opening business journey and learn how to accelerate revenue growth and sustain a higher level of sales and marketing productivity.
 
S&ME, a core service of Printing Industries of America, represents sales and marketing professionals within the printing industry by providing products and services that enhance the visibility, efficiency, and profitability needed to maintain a competitive advantage and to respond to today's challenging sales and marketing environment.
 
For more details on S&ME or the 2009 conference, please contact Laurie Reynolds at 412-259-1802 or lreynolds@printing.org.

 

 

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