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Mark Hunter

Premium Author Mark Hunter

Omaha, NE, USA


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Memorable Quotes:

“Learning” something about the customer is absolutely essential if we are going to be in a position to help identify their true needs.

“Teaching” is the way we can help the customer become more qualified in their position and, in turn, make better decisions.

Brief biography:

Mark Hunter, “the Sales Hunter," helps individuals and companies identify better prospects, close more sales, and profitably build more long-term customer relationships.”

Mark Hunter spent more than 18 years working in the sales and marketing divisions of three Fortune 100 companies. During his career he led many projects, and even created a new 200 member sales force responsible for volume in excess of $700 million. Mark has held sales management roles in sales teams ranging in size from 20 to 900 members. This level of experience is at the core of every program Mark delivers each year to thousands of people throughout the country in the areas of Sales, Communication, and Leadership.

Mark Hunter not only has expertise in the area of sales, but also knows how to communicate it to others. He is a member of the National Speakers Association, the premier speaking organization recognized around the world for its top-notch communicators.

Since 1998 Mark's mission has been to help both individuals and companies dramatically improve their bottom line by growing their top line through increased sales. Mark’s flagship programs include “The Hunt for Profitable Sales”, “Domino Selling”, and “Domino Leadership.” These programs allow businesses to gain the edge they need to compete and win in today’s environment.

Mark Hunter's style is on display in all of the presentations he gives around the country. Participants frequently comment on his ability to make things come alive through his lively, interactive style and his ability to tie into real-life experiences.


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