Pranary and Ayoba Present:
Reduce Sales and Marketing Team Friction and Boost Revenue with RevOps
Wednesday 26 April | 18:00 CAT | Workshop17, 138 West street
Attention business owners and sales and marketing professionals!
Join us for an exclusive networking event and gain expert advice on how to reduce sales and marketing team friction and boost revenue with RevOps..
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
- What is RevOps and why it matters for your business
- How to align your sales, marketing, and customer success teams for revenue growth
- Practical tips for reducing friction and increasing collaboration between teams
WHY THIS MATTERS:
In today's competitive business landscape, it's more important than ever to have an effective RevOps strategy to streamline processes and increase revenue. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from Sandras Phiri, an expert in startup and revenue growth, and take your business to the next level.
ABOUT YOUR HOST AND PRESENTER
Sandras Phiri is the CEO and Founder of Pranary - the practical business school for entrepreneurs. With extensive experience in startup and revenue growth, Sandras has founded successful companies in IT, entertainment, and education, and has worked with entrepreneurs from over 40 countries. He holds a degree in Computer Science and an MBA from the University of Cape Town and has lectured at 17 universities globally. Sandras has shared stages with notable figures such as Facebook co-founder Dustin Maskovitch, YouTube co-founder Steve Chen, Guy Kawasaki, and Steve Blank, and has been recognized as one of the top 15 tech people to follow in South Africa in 2018 and 2019.
18:00 - Food, drinks, networking
18:30 - RevOps 101: Reduce Sales and Marketing Team Friction and Boost Revenue
18:45 - Leveraging technology to facilitate marketing and sales
19:45 - Networking
20:00 - Close
- Limited seats available - book now to avoid disappointment
- Pay what you can - we want to ensure everyone that needs this training has access
SECURE YOUR SEAT NOW
This event is presented in partnership with Ayoba and AfricaWorks