New Brunswick tech companies sharpen sales and marketing skills at INBOUND conference

Moncton, November 30, 2016 - Attracting new business can sometimes be a challenge, but several companies who recently attended Hubspot’s INBOUND 2016 conference are poised to grow due to new-found learnings in sales and marketing. These companies included Masitek, Haley Communication, Bonfire, PropertyGuys.com, InteliSys Aviation, DPL Wireless and Envenio.  

Bringing together prolific speakers like Gary Vaynerchuk, Rand Fishkin and Seth Godin, the annual conference is a skills-sharpening exercise for companies looking to bring their sales and marketing to the next level. The conference focuses on best practices that align with Hubspot’s Inbound Marketing methodology.    

Venn was pleased to support these companies in attending the conference.

For more information about Venn and our programming, please contact: Barbara Ells barb@venncentre.ca (506)857-4996

INBOUND fuels the passion that drives the most innovative and successful business leaders of our time.
INBOUND's purpose is to provide the inspiration, education, and connections you need to transform your business. The annual conference hosts thousands of marketing and sales professionals from almost every industry imaginable and from all corners of the globe at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. In 2015, the conference had 14,000+ attendees from all around the world. Past keynote speakers included Arianna Huffington, Seth Godin, Nate Silver, and Scott Harrison.

About Venn Established in 2010, Venn was founded by a group of tech economy entrepreneurs and stakeholders to support innovation-based economic development. Venn helps New Brunswick tech companies get to market, sustain and grow their business, and scale their operations. Venn is committed to creating a dynamic, globally successful technology industry in New Brunswick that is driven by strategic partnerships, meaningful collaborations, and enhanced cooperation between the business community, the academic and research community, and the government sector.

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