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MEDIA 7 | January 9, 2020

Q&A with Sangram Vajre
Sangram Vajre, Co-Founder & Chief Evangelist at Terminus is also an author and host of the podcast FlipmyFunnel. He is one of the leading minds in B2B marketing.

MEDIA 7: What are you passionate about?
SANGRAM VAJRE:
Three things: Lead professionally. Grow personally. Love family.

M7: Terminus has been recognized as one of Georgia’s 40 fastest-growing companies by ACG Atlanta. What factors contribute to this pace?
SV: 
One of our core values is #OneTeam – which means we think and act as one team and know that if we treat our team right, they will treat our customers amazing. There are no great companies, only great people that make those companies.


"Marketers who say they are going to transform their organization without support from Sales and buy-in from management fail to see success."

M7: Terminus is the leader of the account-based movement. What according to you are the common mistakes marketers make with ABM?
SV:
 Marketers who say they are going to transform their organization without support from Sales and buy-in from management fail to see success. The marketers who make a few sales people wildly successful, join campaigns to help them win deals, win their hearts and minds.

M7: Could you tell us a little bit about your podcast Flipmyfunnel? How did that idea come about?
SV:
 I was already talking to customers and amazing people in the industry and every time I would walk away with the thought that wish I recorded that conversation. Well, I just started doing that which turned into a podcast series that has now over 500 episodes and continue to rate in the top 50 business podcast.


"Terminus can quickly get a sales rep alerted when their target account is on the website which helps them prioritize which target accounts they need to spend more time with."

M7: What are some of the best indicators that a prospect is really engaged with your brand?
SV:
Visit to your website and the frequency of it. There are technologies like Terminus that can quickly get a sales rep alerted when their target account is on the website which helps them prioritize which target accounts they need to spend more time with. This could become one of the most important indicators of early success for companies in 2020.


M7: What marketing channels do you use and which ones do you see as the most promising given your target customers?
SV:
It’s always the combination that works since everyone is different but the goal is to surround them with your message on their channels so when they are ready, they think of you.


"Mature and forward thinking CMOs are starting to help their sales team win more and faster by focusing on pipeline velocity and expansion deals."

M7: What aspects of ABM do you think might change in the future?
SV:
I believe ABM is B2B. Most companies are still focused on top of the funnel. Mature and forward thinking CMOs are starting to help their sales team win more and faster by focusing on pipeline velocity and expansion deals.


M7: What is your favorite quote?
SV:
Selling is essentially transfer of feelings – Zig Ziglar.

ABOUT TERMINUS

Terminus is the leader of the account-based movement and the crucial link that connects B2B marketing and sales teams with their ideal customers. The Terminus solution arms marketing teams with an account-centric platform that delivers the intelligence and automation needed to scale ABM and revolutionize the way B2B marketing is done. Hundreds of organizations worldwide, including Salesforce, GE, Verizon, 3M and CA Technologies, turn to Terminus to more effectively target, engage and grow their best-fit accounts. Terminus offers savvy marketers the technology and proven expertise to radically improve ABM strategies and campaigns, increasing ROI and producing exceptional results. For more information, visit Terminus.

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Ed Breault, Chief Marketing Officer at Aprimo is a marketer with over 18 years of industry experience. At Aprimo, Ed is responsible for the global brand and growth which includes all Paid/Owned/Earned media, Brand Experience, Product Marketing, Industry Marketing, Influencer Marketing, Strategic Communications, Content Marketing, Analyst Relations, Alliance Marketing, Public Relations, Events, Demand Generation and Account-Based Marketing. MEDIA 7: What’s your superpower? ED BREAULT: I would say it’s applying the full spectrum of art and science that is required in marketing today. Not just left or right brained, but whole-brained strategy. Being human yet data-driven and really understanding numbers and (the right) metrics to make connections to business drivers. Add storytelling to that, so I can effectively communicate to my team, the CEO and CFO as well as my Board of Directors on those metrics, and connecting all that we are doing in marketing to the mission of the business. Then quickly shifting gears to the art and creative aspects of marketing that are required to engage an audience and tell great commercial stories that take complex concepts and craft them in a way that is interesting for people to pay attention to. I have to be the ultimate point of truth for the brand. M7: At Aprimo, how have marketing leadership roles and responsibilities evolved over the past few years? EB: There are so many dimensions needed by marketing leaders today. There are several elements driving this evolution, it’s the new experience battlefront that is emerging and also marketers themselves driving changes. From a market perspective, there is a clear appetite for disruption and consumers are wanting more experiential elements to their buying experience and interactions with brands. Take a few direct to consumer disruptions like trialing products in-home, purchasing directly from a brand or even wanting to ensure that the producer’s trade practices are in line with the buyer’s or even a regulator’s for that matter. Then we want to try before we buy, and we emotionally care about the supply chain of products. Do we TRUST this brand to do business with them? Behind all of this is a story that needs to be told, and it is those marketers who know their audience well and make connections that will win the commercial game. Back to the marketer, there are so many diverse backgrounds that marketers bring now and I’m really intrigued by those who have unconventional backgrounds because they contribute something uniquely new to the field. I love hearing about the marketer’s journey.

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MEDIA 7 | December 5, 2019

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MEDIA 7 | November 21, 2019

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