Another Successful (and Spooky) Sales Kickoff

Russ Lombardo

Russ Lombardo

The Bronto sales team recently held our quarterly Sales Kickoff at Governors Club in Chapel Hill. As the new Sales Enablement Manager, I organized the event, and Tim Dorris, Sales Director from our New York office, served as this quarter’s host.

Senior Vice President George Moser opened the meeting and COO Chaz Felix wrapped things up, both offering updates on the past quarter’s results, as well as insights into Q4. With words of encouragement and motivation, our senior leadership team demonstrated their ongoing commitment to the sales organization and offered support to encourage our success.

Other sessions included a peek into some upcoming product releases, an enlightening and informative discussion from our partner, MediaHive, some great industry insight from NetSuite’s VP of Retail, Chad Goldsmith, valuable instruction and best practice information from many of our colleagues, and much more. It was such a great opportunity for the team to come together, reflect on the past few months and plan for the rest of the year.

Sales Kickoff Meeting

On the first evening, we hosted an outdoor cocktail party and cookout-themed dinner complete with a bonfire, freshly grilled fare, s’mores, and a very competitive pumpkin-carving contest.

Pumpkin carving
Top left: Steve Balduino, Top right: Brad White, Bottom right: Lynn Edgar

On the second evening, we held our awards dinner with plenty of fine dining, pleasant conversation, and shared congratulations to all the award winners. Here are just a few of them:

Sales Kickoff awards
From left: Ryan Murden, Elizabeth Bunner, Tim Dorris, Matty Wentworth, Jim Pacholke and Kenny Schermer

These quarterly kickoff meetings give the sales team the opportunity to learn, recharge and relax a bit. It’s fair to say that everyone is already looking forward to the next one. But first, off to a great Q4!

Want to join our Sales team? We’re hiring! Learn more about Bronto and our available opportunities at Bronto Careers.


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