22 Mar Death of a Salesman? Why Sales Still Matters in the Internet Age
Date(s) - 03/22/2018
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The image of Willy Loman, the downtrodden fictional hero of Arthur Miller’s play, “Death of a Salesman,” couldn’t be further from the truth when you consider the dynamic and ever-changing role of the modern salesperson.
Whether it is real estate, motor vehicles, advertising space, or multi-million dollar aircraft, sales and selling continue to be vital to every organization. With over 14 million people employed in sales-related occupations in the United States, sales continues to be one of the top-five occupations in the country today. Even in New York state, there are almost a million people in sales! So sales and selling continue to be an in-demand skill in today’s world.
The American Marketing Association/New York Capital Region Chapter and the URBAN CO-WORKS are proud to present an expert panel of some of the most high-profile sales professionals in the Capital District. This expert panel will discuss the role of the salesperson and debate how and why sales continues to be so important in the Internet Age.
The panel will include the following expert sales professionals from the Capital Region:
- Alan Baker of Creative Marketing Concepts
- Shawn Moodie of Moodie Bluez Consulting
- Matt Scarchilli of Sandler Training, Winning Process, LLC
- Chuck Shank of Shank & Falvey Insurance
- Chris Culihan of Coldwell Banker Prime Properties
About the URBAN CO-WORKS
URBAN CO-WORKS is the premier office environment for startups, non-profits, and other companies with one to fifty employees. Located in the heart of downtown Schenectady, NY, it is steps away from some of the best cafés, restaurants, and entertainment in the Capital Region. At URBAN CO-WORKS, members make valuable connections, participate in events and stretch their dollars in an all-inclusive office setting. Free WiFi, utilities, conference rooms, printing and a host of other amenities are included.