#edtech trainer, speaker, coach
Your valuable insights for moving the sale forward have already helped me in presentation situations.
I appreciate your enthusiasm when we come up with something that is right on target, but I also appreciate how you handle the situation where we might’ve been a bit off the mark. You make us feel comfortable and I appreciate that.
Matt is witty and engaging. His sales skills workshop will allow me to experience more effective sales conversations with customers. It was a true learning environment with plenty of laughs. Thanks Matt!
Your confidence, enthusiasm, and attitude is contagious.
Thank you again for your outstanding training session. You helped us rethink our fundamental approach to presenting products in a way that will increase our effectiveness, and more importantly, increase revenue. You are always welcome back!
If you have the chance to take Matt's workshops DO IT. No matter how long you have been selling in Higher Ed you will pick up some very useful best practices. And have some good laughs while doing it. Time well spent.
Matt Gambino lived up to the hype and helped me rethink the way I demonstrate technology. Matt's high energy, sharp intellect, and proven field experience brings it all to life.
Matt's software presentation training session was the highlight of our recent national sales meeting.
Your training and feedback always improves my game.
Matt, on behalf of our entire team, thank you for an engaging sales skills workshop. We are committed to socializing these concepts and making it a part of our consulting DNA!
CATCH MATT ON PERISCOPE
Visit Matt on Tuesday October 13 for live overtime Q&A directly after his Outstanding Presentations Workshop, Technical Presentations That Pop!
READ THE BOOK
Struggling to deliver #edtech software demos that help customers buy? Matt's book can help... and it's concise enough to read in line at Starbucks.
Positioning and selling #edtech takes a lot more than throwing your reps in front of educators and expecting them to close business. The big, impersonal training companies? They don't understand your market. You're either told to cross-examine your prospects to death, or to patronize and "challenge" their teaching expertise.
It's time to think about selling and presenting from the educator's perspective.