How To Enable Remote Sales and Marketing Teams

No Office. No Problem.

 It's been over a month since most people across the globe were asked to practice social distancing by working remotely.
 
Over the past few weeks, businesses have been working rapidly to get their teams up and running online. They've been installing Zoom, setting up Slack, and learning the ropes of 100% digital communication. Now that people are equipped with the right tools, leaders are asking the question: how can my team be productive?
 
Join Stella Garber, Head of Marketing at Trello, Dannie Herzberg, Sr. Director of Sales at Slack, Reem Abeidoh, Head of Global GTM at LinkedIn, and Kieran Flanagan, VP of Marketing at HubSpot as they discuss how to align and empower your remote sales and marketing teams.
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    Stella Garber

    Head of Marketing

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    Dannie Herzberg

    Sr Director of Sales

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    Reem Abeidoh

    Head of Global GTM

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    Kieran Flanagan

    VP of Marketing

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Our Panelists Discuss:

Clear Communication
While you can't turn to ask your neighbor a question, you can still equip your team with a clear communication strategy. 
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Collaboration and Project Management

Staying organized and tracking progress on shared projects or programs doesn't have to be harder when your team is further away.

Sales and Marketing Alignment

You don't need to sit in the same building to have sales and marketing teams that work well together and are aligned on roles and goals. 

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