Keeping Your Distributors/Channel Partners Focused on Your Offerings

26 Apr 2017
12:00pm - 1:00pm CDT

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Do you have trouble getting your domestic or international distributors to stay focused and motivated on your products and services? Do you have distributors or other channel partners that start out eager to sell, but then lose interest?

If you want your partners to get and stay motivated, you need a solid onboarding process. In this webinar presented by Globalocity principals Mike Hunter and Doris Nagel, you'll learn: 

• Why investing in onboarding is absolutely the best way to get and keep your distributors & channel partners focused on you
• How to use the onboarding process to get and keep your distributors/partners engaged and focused on your offerings
• How to create a cost-effective onboarding program 

All registrants will receive a copy of the recording, along with our new e-Book on best practices for onboarding channel partners, and access to many templates and tools to help enhance your onboarding process!

You webinar presenters:

Mike Hunter – Mike is an internationally recognized business development expert with nearly 40 years' experience helping corporations develop and deploy the architecture and processes for sales, marketing, channels to market, product management, and corporate alliance programs.  He has taught channel management to more than 60,000 workshop participants.



Doris Nagel -- Doris is the CEO of Globalocity, with more than 25 years’ experience focusing on channel management, cross-border strategy and transactions, compliance, business processes, and risk management.  She’s an instructor at the Illumeo Online Academy, and a former Adjunct Professor at DePaul University School of Law.  She is a frequent speaker, blogger, and podcast creator on a variety of sales channel and international expansion issues.


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26 Apr 2017
12:00pm - 1:00pm CDT

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