Sales Brief: Process Makes Perfect

Sales Brief: Process Makes Perfect

How do you build partnerships for a 2-sided marketplace? Many founders are intrigued by the idea, but once they try to actually get businesses and consumers on their platform, they face harsh realities: It’s really, really difficult.

That’s why I’m excited to share how a 30-person team from Europe managed to get 2000 partners on board. They use a hybrid-sales process, combining both outbound and inbound leads, and have adapted a very collaborative approach.

Check out the full story here!

Go get’em!
Steli.

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