Why is Sales so Hard?
Kimon Fountoukidis & Richard Lucas
Thursday, 14 March, 2019
Do you find it hard to grow your business? Do you struggle with managing sales people? Are you getting the most bang for your marketing dollars? If you want the answers to these questions and more, then join us for this conversation between Kimon Fountoukidis, Founder and President of Argos Multilingual, and Business and Social Entrepreneur, Richard Lucas. Together they will explore sales and marketing challenges in the translation industry, what translation industry sales managers get wrong time and again, what our industry can learn from other high Customer Lifetime Value B2B sales processes, how to win new clients in the translation industry, and what the ultimate secrets of success are. This event will allow plenty of time for audience questions, so tune in and be part of the discussion.
Originally born in New York City, I've been living in Krakow, Poland for over 25 years. I am an entrepreneur at heart and have the most fun in business when I am doing new things. I started Argos Multilingual in 1996 and so after over 20 years I feel like I have earned the title "Industry Veteran."
Richard Lucas is an entrepreneur with businesses in Europe and the USA employing around 600 people in total, and was an early stage investor in Argos Multilingual. He teaches entrepreneurship at school, university, and MBA level, is the founder of CAMentrepreneurs, the alumni group supporting entrepreneurship among alumni of Cambridge (UK) University and is active in the pro-enterprise eco-system, mainly in the UK and Poland, with initiatives like Krakow Enterprise Mondays, Open Coffee Krakow, the Project Kazimierz podcast and the richardlucas.com blog. Richard is active in the TED.com and TEDx community, as the founder and curator of TEDxKazimierz, in Krakow, Poland where he lives.
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