Due to the success of the first accelerator, BIGJUMP and The Push have decided to run another Accelerator Program, this time spanning 5 weeks and the focus is on helping you open and build relationships with new prospects to make closing the sale easier.
If you find yourself saying:
I need more clients but I don’t know how to break into new organisations.
Sales is just so confusing to me.
I’m not a sales person.
My outreach keeps falling on deaf ears and I am getting nowhere with new prospects.
Do I call the prospect? Do I email? Do I call again? I don’t know what to do next. I feel stuck.
Come along and chat about anything and everything startup!
Paul has experience in selling a range of products including Advertising, Professional Services, Consulting, Online and IT Services, into industries including Government, Transport, Logistics, Banking and Retail.
Paul will be presenting on – “How to Break into a New Organisation – B2B Sales tactics for Startups”
This event is about getting into organisations that you don’t have any relationships with. Understand the process of how to get your first meeting, be on your way to develop the necessary artefacts and determine if attending any further Sales Hack sessions will be helpful.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016 @ Queensland Microsoft Innovation Centre
Whether you are new to Lean Startup methodologies or have been putting these practices to use in your organization, this event promises to educate and inform. This event will replay the video presentations of the top 5-6 presenters of the Lean Startup Conference 2016.
The talks will be accompanied by facilitated discussion with the group on what can be applied in the Australian
Since 2013, BIGJUMP’s Lean Business Strategies has been named as the official simulcast partner for Brisbane.
Eric Ries – Lean Startup Co. Jake Knapp -Google Ventures Irene Au – Design & the Self
Join us on 29 November to experience the Playing Lean game!
• Play the Game!
• Help your team understand Lean Startup in 2 hours
• Game is limited to a maximum of 12 players only
Playing Lean is an educational board game which facilitates learning of the Lean Start-up principles through gamified experience.
In August this year we welcomed the expertise of Bruno Pešec, Lean Practitioner and Playing Lean Facilitator, from Norway to share his experience with the game. For those who met Bruno and played the introduction, this will be the opportunity to play the full game!
If Bruno is available we will have him join our event (via Skype) for a few minutes. He had a great time meeting with Brisbane in August, and is keen to keep connected.
“This the third time I have played ‘Playing Lean’. I learn something new every time, this time it was Strategic Planning”