Sales turnover costs your company 1.5 to 2 times their salary and hiring has become more of a challenge in the tight labor market. Learn from SalesFuel, a company that does it best, on how you can determine which sales candidates are going to be a fit for your sales team.

In this episode, we hear from C. Lee Smith, the CEO, and Founder of SalesFuel – a Columbus, Ohio-based firm that was named one of the Top 10 Sales Enablement Vendors in 2020 by Selling Power, after ranking in the Top 15 in 2019.  Through its unique portfolio of sales tools, training, and intelligence, SalesFuel empowers thousands of sales teams nationwide to Sell Smarter®, providing further value to their accounts, standing out from the competition, and attracting a higher level of talent and clientele. 

Connect with Lee @cleesmith on Twitter, and on LinkedIn. For more information about SalesFuel, please visit http://salesfuel.com

 
Podcast Hosted by Lorne Epstein
Audio Engineering by Afotey Odai

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