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Monday, January 30, 2017, 9:00 AM

NOTE: This is a paid workshop with registration & payment via EventBrite required. Here’s the link to the EventBrite page:

The Details…

Your enterprise software startup is growing, but not fast enough. For the customers you have, you’re nailing a key problem. But the customers and revenue you have isn’t enough to prove the product-market fit and revenue model you need to landing your next round of funding. 

What you really want (and need!) this year is faster MRR growth, a repeatable sales process and to hire a sales team so that you can hit your 100+% YoY growth targets and nail the metrics that every Series A investor wants to see.

What we’ll do to Sell Your Way to Series A:

1. Identify the nine (9) “Sales Projects” your startup needs to grow and scale sales in 2017.

2. Customize Your Sales Process to turn Leads into Prospects, Prospects into a Predictable Sales Pipeline, and your Sales Pipeline into Paying Customers.

3. Construct a “The 10-Hour Sales Week” for your company – an individualized plan to grow your sales and revenue by focusing on sales for just two hours a day.

Does your startup meet these Series A investor requirements?

• Efficient Growth

• $50-150k MRR

• Sales Momentum & Growth

• Seizing the market opportunity

• A working Go-To-Market Strategy

• Predictable Revenue

• Customer Engagement & Network Effects

If not, let’s get to work…

Join me for this one-day workshop so that you can Sell Your Way to Series A in 2017.

NOTE: This workshop is SPECIFICALLY for Enterprise Startup CEOs & Co-Founders ONLY… Once you register for the event, we’ll send you a brief application form to make sure that you qualify to attend. We reserve the right to decline applicants. Refunds will be provided to any applicants that do not meet minimum criteria.

General Criteria:

• Full-time startup CEO/Co-Founder of an enterprise SaaS solution

• Intending on raising a Series A or significant seed round in the next 6-18 months 

• A product that you can sell today to your target market

NOTE: This is a paid workshop with registration & payment via EventBrite required. Here’s the link to the EventBrite page: 


1. Why is it the same price to bring a cofounder as it is to go by myself?

Because this is a focused sales strategy session for teams serious about putting what you learn to work. Successful startups treat sales as a vital part of their success and growth, and I’m rewarding founders dedicating the time to building their 2017 sales strategy together.

2. Do I have to come for the whole day?

Yes. The content and learnings will build from the morning through the afternoon. The day is focused on building you a sales plan for the entire year. I have a rule – if you’re here, be here. So when you come to one of my workshops, I need you “here” so you can get the value you deserve for investing your time and money.

3. Can I get a discount on the price?

I charge $2500 for half-day workshops when I work with startup accelerators and train sales teams. This is a screaming deal. Grab a seat before they run out.

4. Can I bring more than one co-founder?

Hmmm… Depends. If everyone is going to be here and work, then let’s talk about it. It can’t be a situation where the team is rotating in and out.

5. Will there be food provided?

Nope. This is bring your own food and drink. Grab a coffee before we start in the AM (there’s a Starbucks on the same block, and a Whole Foods one block away that has all the yummy food with whatever requirements you need (gluten-free, vegan and more…) for lunch.

Plus, I’ve found that people prefer grabbing a bite at their place of choice instead of eating bad sandwiches served in boxes.

6. How do I know it’ll be worth my time?

I’ve been teaching for more than decade, and working with coaching startups through workshops and weekly calls for more than five years. Everything I teach is based on personal experience and I’m 100% sure that whatever sales challenges you have, I’ve seen it before.

And if you’re still not sure, here are a few testimonials from startup founders that have attended my workshops in the past:

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The venue address is: 350 Rhode Island Street, San Francisco, CA.

It’s San Francisco, so street park at your own risk… The 16th Street BART is less than a mile, and there’s Uber and Lyft.

What can I bring into the event?

Yourself, a pen and a cofounder. Most people carry laptops everywhere with them, and chances are, you won’t need them during the workshop. 

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Scott Sambucci: [masked] | (415)[masked] (call or text)

AND ONE LAST TIME… icon smile The SaaS Startup Selling Workshop: Sell Your Way to Series A in 2017

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