I was contacted not too long ago by Sami who writes for PeerSource and 303 Magazine. WE conducted a Q&A about the Denver Technology Sales Meetup and it was published a week ago. It was an honor to be ranked among the top technology meetups in Denver. Here is her content:
Colorado Technology Sales Roundtable
WHO are they?
Bob McNeil, organizer of Colorado Technology Sales Roundtable, spoke about his meetup. “The focus of our group is on professional development within the technology sales area — spanning IT services, Cloud, Software and Hardware. We focus on the technology sales niche,” he said.
The group is comprised of sales professionals, principally in the technology sector.
“We present speakers, panelists and content,” he commented, adding — “We consult with each other on career advice and to solve tactical sales issues.”
What will an attendee gain from this group? They “will be able to connect to dozens of other highly motivated sales professionals that can provide insights into the technology industry. The stronger your network in Colorado, the better your chances are.”
WHAT do they enjoy doing together?
“Our July 2018 event was a defining meetup for us. We combined forces with the Denver Hispanic Chamber to produce a panel discussion on Women and Minorities in Tech,” McNeil said.
“We had business leaders from the public, private and nonprofit sectors whose experience and insights provided were inter-generational. The content was powerful and the panelists were inspiring.”
WHEN do they meet?
Colorado Technology Sales Roundtable meets on the second Monday of each month in RiNo and is starting to branch out to Colorado Springs.
“We meet towards the start of the month, before sales people start feeling end-of-month or end-of-quarter or end-of-year deadline quota pressure,” the organizer commented.
HOW can people learn more?
Find Colorado Technology Sales Roundtable on meetup.com or contact Bob McNeil, organizer of the meetup, at email@example.com.
We were right up there with ‘Learn to Code Colorado” “DenverScript” ‘Full Stack” and “Denver UX” The article was ostensibly about meetups for developers, but we are happy to provide some diversity. Please do give Samantha a follow on Instagram and Twitter or connect with her on LinkedIn.