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⏰ Event alert: Philippines Sales Community Virtual Meetup - October 8th

🇵🇭 Do you do business in or with the Philippines? 🇵🇭

If so, join the very first Philippines Sales Community Virtual Meetup between Pipedrive users and other salespeople, hosted by Amir Tohid, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Analytics Effect, in the Philippines, and moderated by Inês Batata, Pipedrive Sales Community Manager. Enrolment is free.

Check the agenda, register and feel free to forward this registration link to friends who work in Sales in the Philippines, they don’t need to be Pipedrive users. Everybody’s welcome!

Consider joining our Philippines country channel here in the community too.

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Amir TohidCommunity Driver
Co-Founder & Managing Partner @Analytics Effect

👨‍🏫 Webinar: Philippines Sales Community Virtual Meetup! 📈 October 8th

We're very excited to announce the very first Philippines Sales Community Virtual Meetup between Pipedrive users and other salespeople, hosted by Amir Tohid, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Analytics Effect, in the Philippines, and moderated by our own Pipedrive Community Manager, Inês Batata.


The event will happen remotely via Zoom and the link will be included in the email you'll receive with your registration. Register here.


Feel free to forward this registration link to friends who work in Sales in the Philippines, they don’t need to be Pipedrive users. Everybody’s welcome!


Plus, everyone registered in the... (More)

Amir TohidCommunity Driver
Co-Founder & Managing Partner @Analytics Effect

How to Keep Closing B2B Deals During the Pandemic

Covid-19 has changed the world of B2B sales. Even if you started the year with a packed pipeline, few businesses have escaped the economic turmoil, and about 50% of B2B buyers are holding off on purchases because of the pandemic, according to McKinsey & Co. Lowering quotas, slashing forecasts, and cutting marketing budgets are a must for many companies that have been disproportionately affected by the virus, particularly in industries such as automotive, travel, and hospitality.

However, businesses that have been less hard-hit — namely in the technology, e-commerce, and marketing sectors — can read that 50% statistic in reverse:... (More)