Pipeline Meeting is a space for people who don’t have anyone else to talk about their sales pipeline with. Here’s what you can expect to hear.
Pipeline Meeting is a space for people who don’t have anyone else to talk about their sales pipeline with. Whether you are a founder or the person responsible for sales… Welcome.
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If you feel alone managing your business’ sales pipeline… Welcome! Consider this your invitation to join Harris Kenny for a regular sales Pipeline Meeting. We will discuss finding new business and pricing. Things like getting ghosted. Winning proposals, new technology, and a lot more. Brought to you by Intro CRM.
Harris Kenny: (00:09)
If you feel alone managing your business’ sales pipeline. Welcome. Consider this your invitation to join me, Harris Kenny, for a regular sales pipeline meeting, we’ll discuss finding new business and pricing, cashflow, things like getting ghosted, winning proposals, new technology, and a lot more brought to you by intro CRM.
What You Can Expect
Harris Kenny (00:40)
Thanks for listening to the trailer for my podcast: Pipeline Meeting. I’m hoping to solve one problem here. I want to create a space for people who don’t have anyone else to talk about their sales pipeline with. I mean, someone besides your significant other pet or houseplant. Think of this as our pipeline meeting. Me and you. Talking about what’s next. This is dedicated to the art and science of managing deal flow, finding new business and the tools that you use to make it happen. Here are a few potential topics—or ways of addressing this—that I have in mind.
Harris Kenny (01:20)
I could talk about my own business’ pipeline, what I’m working on, and how I think about it. Sharing past stories of deals and how they closed, or how they didn’t. Hearing listener stories about challenges with their pipeline and deals that they’re trying to close right now and exploring the technology that makes this work easier. Speaking of, I’m going to use this space to talk about a tool that I’m building called Intro CRM. It’s a CRM for entrepreneurs and freelancers that’s simple and privacy focused. It’s the tool that I wish that I’d had for over a decade doing work like this. So if you have any specific ideas or topics that you’d like me to discuss, let me know by tagging @IntroCRM on Twitter.
Harris Kenny (02:10)
Thanks for listening to Pipeline Meeting. The theme music is by Neighborhood Vandal and is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution—or CC BY—license. To learn more, read the show notes, and continue the conversation, visit IntroCRM.com.