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How to get your first 10 B2B Enterprise customers?
Nov 12, 2020
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM (America/Los_Angeles)

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One of the biggest reasons for the failure of startups is the lack of understanding of their target customers and means to reach them and convince them to try your product. This process of finding early customers and gaining product-market fit has been further complicated by the onset of remote working. Come and learn how to evolve the GTM strategies, work with lean teams, and enhance the sales funnel to meet your sales and marketing goals in these unprecedented times.

Join R. Paul Singh CEO of Startup Strategies, a Silicon-Valley marketing maven in a discussion about how to acquire initial clients to gain the much-needed momentum for your startup.

Agenda:

  • 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm - How to get your first 10 B2B Enterprise customers?"
  • 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm - Q&A
  • 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Pre-assigned 1-on-1 GTM mentoring session with Paul

To schedule your 15 min 1-on-1 GTM mentoring session with Paul, click https://calendly.com/tiesiliconvalley/15min

A Zoom Link will be shared with registered TiE SV members.

About Our Speaker

R. Paul Singh is a successful entrepreneur and a founder of multiple startups and now is an advisor to many software startups. Having worked as the head of marketing for many B2B startups in their $0-$50M journey, he brings in a unique experience to scale marketing and sales while keeping acquisition costs low. He also teaches “Sales and Marketing for Entrepreneurs” courses at Northeastern University and the University of California, Berkeley.



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