BRAD GAMBLE THE SELLING FACTORY
Interview with Brad Gamble CEO at The Selling Factory
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s My Future Business Show I have the pleasure of welcoming to the show, CEO of The Selling Factory Brad Gamble to talk about how the fractional sales model can support entrepreneurs and growing companies find sales talent in this difficult hiring market.
For the past 20 years, Brad has dedicated himself to sales leadership, coaching, and building companies. He served as the VP of Sales & Marketing for Infinite Energy until 2014, when he co-founded The Selling Factory. He teaches critical skills to tomorrow’s leaders, helps companies achieve sales success and revenue growth, all while leading The Selling Factory through unprecedented growth and expansion.
The Selling Factory is a sales training and development company that recruits high-level college students from Top 50 universities and teach them B2B sales development skills. Companies hire The Selling Factory’s teams of UF student-interns to engage in B2B list building, outbound email prospecting, and inbound and outbound phone campaigns to help our companies reach and surpass their goals. Since inception, The Selling Factory has hired, trained, and managed over 300 college students, supporting over 75 companies over the past 4 years.
Companies engage with The Selling Factory to outsource their top-of-the-funnel sales activities. Over 300 college students (and growing) have worked for The Selling Factory and gone on to incredible opportunities with companies like Oracle, Chewy, Amazon, Deloitte, EY, CDW, KPMG, and many others.
During this content-rich call, Brad shares what it took to build The Selling Factory, and revealed some of the key steps behind finding and selecting the right people to help grow your business. So, if you’re looking for help to build your own Fractional SDR team comprised of high-producing students from top Universities, then connect with The Selling Factory and start growing your revenue and customer base.
To learn more about The Selling Factory, or to contact Brad directly, click the link below.
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