SEATTLE, WA – March 14, 2013. Executive Conversation, a global provider of business and financial acumen sales training, today announced it has been named to the Training Industry, Inc. 2013 Top Sales Training Companies list for the second consecutive year.
“This year’s applicants represent a competitive group of industry players,” said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, TrainingIndustry.com. “We see Executive Conversation’s focus on developing business skills as critical for building a strong sales force in what remains a very competitive economic landscape.”
Selection of this year's Top 20 Sales Training Companies was based on the following criteria:
- Industry recognition and impact on the sales training industry
- Innovation in the sales training market
- Company size and growth potential
- Breadth of service offering
- Strength of clients served
- Geographic reach
“We’re honored to again receive this level of industry recognition,” said Suzanne Sheppard, CEO of Executive Conversation. “This further fuels our commitment to helping clients grow amid the challenges posed by elevated buyer expectations and changing market conditions."
Executive Conversation is also the first and only sales training company to be awarded Authorized Provider accreditation by International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). A universal model for learning process excellence, adherence to the ANSI/IACET 1-2007 Standard demonstrates a provider’s adherence to all aspects of program development spanning design, development, administration and evaluation of its programs.
“The 2013 Top 20 Sales Training Companies focus not only on the quality of training they provide, but also on the impact their programs have on the industry and the companies they support,” said Doug Harward, Chief Executive Officer, TrainingIndustry.com.
View the 2013 Top 20 Sales Training Companies
About Executive Conversation
Executive Conversation, Inc. works with sales organizations to build business acumen for effectively engaging and selling to business decision-makers.
Fueled by a belief that every employee who interfaces with customers can drive top-line growth, the company’s role-specific curriculum has been delivered in over 60 countries and in seven languages. Many of the world’s most respected organizations use the company’s integrated framework of online and onsite training to build learning plans customized to their business objectives.
Executive Conversation is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with a regional headquarters in London. For more information, visit www.conversation.com, join Executive Conversation’s popular Linkedin group or follow @BuyerTalk on Twitter.
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