Hugh Macfarlane to present Funnel Plan training workshop for b2b marketing at DemandCon in May 2011
MathMarketing Founder and CEO, Hugh Macfarlane, will present his trademark “Funnel Logic” in a b2b marketing training workshop at DemandCon in San Francisco this May.
The workshop will be held on May 20th 2011, and is designed to help participants bring together all that they learn during the conference into a highly actionable plan for revenue generation. Visit http://www.mathmarketing.com/
The certified training program will reveal advanced techniques and best practices for increasing funnel volume and velocity by using MathMarketing’
This workshop is uniquely designed to be of high value for both executives and individual contributors, who are involved with lead and revenue generation. B2B companies and B2C companies with complex sales cycles should attend.
The Funnel Plan workshop has been delivered to audiences around the world for $1250, but has been made available to DemandCon participants at discount by special arrangement. A further discount is also available with the MathMarketing discount code (see event details below).
DemandCon is a conference for knowledgeable marketing and sales professionals looking to advance their understanding of funnel management and ‘Drive Revenue Rapidly.’
Date: 20th May, 2011
Finish time: 3:30pm
Registration Fee: DemandCon Funnel Plan Training Workshop: $497.00
DemandCon Special: Register for both DemandCon Event & Workshops: $1,094.00
Early Bird Program:
For more information about the DemandCon Funnel Plan Training Workshop, please contact:
+61 3 9006 4984
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MathMarketing is a sales and marketing consultancy that has served many leading and aspiring companies in Australia, Asia, North America and Europe.
Clients include AAPT, Australia Post, AXA, CA, Canon, Cisco, Colonial, Ernst & Young, GE, IBM, NEC, Nokia, Optus, SAP, Sony, Trend Micro, Telstra, Vodafone & World Vision.
These businesses were all wrestling a common problem; their sales and marketing engine was under performing. MathMarketing turns this around by developing a clear plan for growth, bringing the right people together, and ensuring those people have the right skills.