Sales 2.0 Conference is here to stay


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Sales 2.0 Conference is SOLD OUT!  Cool news- we’ve come a long way in spreading the Sales 2.0 wisdom all these years. When I first started blogging, I didn’t know much about Sales 2.0 but knew the sales profession was in the midst of an overhaul. One of my first posts on this was back in 2007, when I wrote a post titled, Sales 2.0 A Report from the Front Lines which focused on the sales evolution and the changes in the past 25 years.

Then in October 2007, the first Sales 2.0 Conference happened and in Drum Roll Please…..Sales 2.0 is Here I made the official announcement Sales 2.0 had arrived and even presented at that conference. The first Sales 2.0 conference back in 2007  attracted too many “looky loos”…..(don’t worry, this term doesn’t mean I’m gonna go Sarah Palin “you betcha” on you) these were conference attendees who just snooped around with inquisitive minds asking “What does Sales 2.0 mean and how far from it am I?”

Years have passed and now two Sales 2.0 Conference are offered throughout the year- east and west coast and it attracts some of the brightest and most talented sales and marketing minds in the business. Clearly everyone knows about Sales 2.0- it’s not a movement that you must join, it’s not a disease that will just disappear, it’s not a manipulative ploy to sell more sales tools.  Sales 2.0 is sales as we know it today and it’s here to stay.

Republished with author's permission from original post.

Josiane Feigon
Josiane Feigon is a pioneer, maverick, and visionary in the inside sales community. A 2-year industry veteran, Josiane is the founder of TeleSmart Communications. Since 1994, this San Francisco-based solutions provider has been a leader in developing global Inside Sales teams and managers.


  1. The Sales 2.0 conference went off in a big way in 2010. With industry leaders like, Hoovers and InsideView in attendance, the content and speakers were great.

    This is the must attend conference for companies looking for sales intelligence and expanding their sales strategy for the future.


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