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5th Annual Device & Diagnostic Sales Training and Development Conference

03 Mar 2014 - 04 Mar 2014 - Nashville, TN, USA



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Throughout the conference, distinguished industry leaders and attendees will discuss and debate the notorious topic of identifying the ROI of sales training programs. Progressive case studies complimented with interactive, scenario-based workshops will delve into timely topics of discussion such as choosing and building a more robust Learning Management System, practical blended learning platforms and implementation strategies for novel learning technologies.

Designed for medical device and diagnostic manufactures of all sizes, this two-day executive level meeting will provide participants with extensive, in-depth learning and knowledge share. Through a blended approach of case study driven presentations, high level keynote sessions as well as round table discussions complemented by multiple networking opportunities, the program will foster a sense of collaboration unlike any other event. Building upon the many successful Q1 Sales Training conferences of the past several years, this conference promises to be an enlightening and valuable program for sales training professionals.



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