Demos, champion enablement, and buyer turnoffs with Grace Tyson

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This is a podcast episode titled, Demos, champion enablement, and buyer turnoffs with Grace Tyson. The summary for this episode is: Grace Tyson is the VP of Sales at Reprise. In this episode, Grace talks about how the B2B buying process is merging with the B2C buying process, leading with tailored product experiences to land meetings, and how to leverage this during discovery. Connect with Grace on LinkedIn here and Reprise here. Resources mentioned in the episode: Show Notes Page  Here are three more ways to get help with your prospecting: Our best bite-sized content. Want my best LinkedIn posts, podcasts, and webinars? Stuff you can implement in 10-15 minutes or less? Look no further. Outbound Squad. A program for reps who crave accountability, structure, and results over theory. If you hate hitting plateaus in your sales career, check it out. Accelerator. Give your team hands-on training and coaching to overcome call reluctance, build meaningful relationships with prospects, and land more meetings through their cold outreach.

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Grace Tyson is the VP of Sales at Reprise. In this episode, Grace talks about how the B2B buying process is merging with the B2C buying process, leading with tailored product experiences to land meetings, and how to leverage this during discovery. Connect with Grace on LinkedIn here and Reprise here. Resources mentioned in the episode: Show Notes Page  Here are three more ways to get help with your prospecting: Our best bite-sized content. Want my best LinkedIn posts, podcasts, and webinars? Stuff you can implement in 10-15 minutes or less? Look no further. Outbound Squad. A program for reps who crave accountability, structure, and results over theory. If you hate hitting plateaus in your sales career, check it out. Accelerator. Give your team hands-on training and coaching to overcome call reluctance, build meaningful relationships with prospects, and land more meetings through their cold outreach.