Power Up Your Growth
The one thing that is certain about more than a year of uncertainty is that walls are breaking down – or should be. That’s why we chose “Breaking Barriers & Accelerating Revenue” as the theme of our 2021 Rev.Up Summit, an expanded 3-day version of the Revenue Acceleration Summit we held last fall.
We believe that “Breaking Barriers” is crucial to sparking growth in a world that has gone virtual. Digital transformation has already happened and companies need to be both nimble and aligned to thrive in this new landscape.
That means alignment of tools and tech, alignment of data, and above all alignment of teams.
Rethink Your Teams
Dun & Bradstreet CMO Stacy Greiner will tell you in her introductory remarks that “acceleration of digital requires us to think differently about how we work together as teams.” That has never been truer.
Sales, marketing, and ops teams can’t go their own directions. They must be aligned in a single, laser-focused purpose – to create the engaging experiences buyers demand. They must become not just sales teams, ops teams or marketing teams, but they need to come together to be revenue teams.
Shatter Data Silos
Given the explosion of sales and marketing technologies and the data streams they provide, these teams also now need to unify that data to provide a single view of their customers and their buying journeys to be able to deliver on this promise. Too many companies struggle with fragmented data sources that they must stitch together to get a picture of their buyers.
And they have to do all of this in a rapidly shifting landscape. Soon, 3rd party cookies will be off the menu. Revenue teams need strategies for how to gather the data they need to personalize buying journeys while also remaining respectful of their customers’ demand for privacy.
Learn From the Best
Starting Tuesday, Rev.Up Summit will offer thought-provoking insights from some of the best and brightest minds about how you can align your teams and data, nail your personalized marketing campaigns, and crush your sales goals.
Just a sampling of speakers include leaders from Forrester, Microsoft, Bombora and Folloze, and many more – including Lisa Bodell, Founder and CEO of Futurethink talking about what it takes to change your business; along with Tiffani Bova, SVP for Salesforce and NYT Best Selling Author of “Growth IQ” who will discuss how to reimagine growth for your organization.
Choose Your Path
With three tracks designed to drill down into sales, marketing, and data management, you can choose your adventure. Attend the sessions that are most relevant to your job – or attend them all for a complete picture. In fact, you can choose a gift on us* if you attend four or more.
Revenue Teams Need RevTech
And don’t miss out on some key announcements from Dun & Bradstreet about new revtech solutions to help you do it all – unify your data and amplify customer insights, reach and engage your buyers with relevance, and prospect more efficiently than ever before.
Learn about exciting new tools designed for the new revenue teams of today – tools that bring together sales and marketing to help you ignite growth. Also hear about our partnerships with leading companies like Folloze and Bombora that deepen your ability to gain insights and engage buyers.
Time to Get Inspired
There’s still time to register. Don’t miss out on this game-changing event.
* *Businesses located in the U.S. and Canada only that register for the REV.UP Summit with a valid business email by June 10, 2021 10:00am ET and attend or view four or more sessions by June 24,, 2021 at 11:59pm ET are eligible to choose one free (1) item valued at up to $25 from a selection of gift options. Gift selection must be completed by June 30, 2021 at 11:59pm ET. Limit one (1) gift per Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number. Eligible registrants will receive an email following completion of the offer requirements detailing how to claim the free thank you gift. Additional terms and conditions may apply.
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