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Paul Kenny’s talk at the Business of Software 2009

by Joel Spolsky
Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Paul Kenny is a regular speaker at the Business of Software. He’s an expert on sales, especially high tech sales, and both Red Gate and Fog Creek hire him all the time to train our sales teams and build our sales organization.

Here’s a video of his talk at last year’s conference:

The next Business of Software conference will be in Boston, October 4th-6th.


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