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CRM Radio

5
Apr

Is ABM Right for You?

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Some will say, ABM is right for any company now that technology more easily assigns content by person/title and tracks interactions, but seriously is ABM right for a company with thousands of potential buyers?  After all, ABM is more than the technology behind the database. During this program we delve into Account Based Marketing with Cari Baldwin, Chief Revenue Officer for Square 2 Marketing.  Once the prime question is answered we will discuss the steps to create an ABM program.  The host is Jim Obermayer

 

About our Guest Cari Baldwin - Chief Revenue Officer

Cari is a seasoned demand generation expert, recognized thought leader and frequent industry speaker on marketing trends and technology.  She is focused on ensuring the firm drives marketing strategies and programs that deliver measurable results for clients.

With a solid understanding of leading marketing technology solutions, Cari’s strengths include include ABM, nurture and process strategy; demand generation planning; and analytics.  Cari values educating the next generation of marketers, and is a guest digital marketing instructor at George Fox University and chief learning officer at GreenFig University.

 About Square 2 Marketing

Founded in 2003, Square 2 Marketing is a data-driven digital agency dedicated to helping businesses improve results with buyer-centric sales and marketing strategies. With a focus on science, data and intelligence, we support business growth with comprehensive, campaign-based and tactical services in five practice areas: business innovation consulting, inbound marketing, demand generation, inbound sales and marketing technology. 

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