You know that dimming the lights and turning on a PowerPoint is more likely to lull your prospects to sleep than to inspire them to make a buying decision in your favor. So, you've jumped on the "we need to ditch the PowerPoint and turn on the lights" bandwagon. You've empowered your salespeople with whiteboard markers and a copy of The Back of the Napkin, and sent them out into the field to transform your customer conversations.
But, just because you can doesn't mean it's good. Attend this Insights session to learn the science behind the art of visual storytelling, and how whiteboarding, done right, can effectively set you apart in the most critical moments of the buying cycle.
Attendance is complimentary
Capacity: Limited to 30
Who Should Attend
Directors and VPs of: Sales, Sales Enablement, Products, Marketing, Training, Learning and Development
Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square
806 15th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
10 A.M. to 12 P.M. with deeper dive lunch until 1 P.M.