Brady is a sophisticated Sales Executive who specializes in exceeding financial objectives by increasing Revenue & decreasing the SG&A while working for the leading provider of Marketing Automation. His positive impacting mathematical strategy is simple: At each step in the process, improve proficiency & increase efficiency. He does this through his sincere approach of company & others first mentality with a nice mix of analytic analysis.
Currently he is responsible for the Go-to-market Strategy & Divisional Launch for Marketo’s East Coast Hub.
In the past Brady has led sales for many companies selling software & due to effective sales campaigns & actionable lead scoring models he has always been able to grow new business revenue. All of this allowed him to effectively reproduce Lowest Cost of Sale output due to the measured strategy being logical, repeatable & scalable. While in Sales roles (Sales Leadership &/or General Manager positions) his divisions have exceeded revenue objectives by implementing Sales 2.0 processes & systems that drive Sales & Marketing alignment.
Brady’s past twenty plus years of sales experience are incessant of Top 1% Award-Winning Sales Performance across diverse sales environments. These Top 1% Sales Results are due to his exceptional sales best practices, unwavering commitment to success & sincere desire to serve his Leadership Team, Sales Divisions, customers & prospects.
As Senior Director of Member Services at the GSMA since 2008, Vicky Sleight is responsible for growing membership within the mobile ecosystem, leading membership communications and operations for a community of 20,500 industry executives. She is also the driving force behind the GSMA Connected Women program: an initiative which aims to highlight the opportunities available to women in the mobile industry at all levels, as well as increase the number of women in senior management positions. Before joining the GSMA, Vicky led on a number of ground-breaking mobile industry initiatives. As Motorola developed the world’s first smartphones, she was responsible for creating consumer propositions and content services around the new devices in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Prior to joining Motorola, Vicky started her career in marketing at O2.