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How Inbound Can Turbo Charge Your Outbound Sales Efforts

Learn how you can maximize sales results with inbound and outbound sales.


Outbound sales tactics are alive and well. The key is that your sales organization can't survive relying solely on this alone.

That's where inbound comes in...

In this webinar, we'll explore how inbound and outbound efforts work together to help your salespeople improve sales performance and reach revenue goals. We'll also explore tactical inbound sales strategies that you can start implementing right away. 

After this webinar, you'll walk away knowing:

  • The current state of B2B sales and the buyer's journey
  • Inbound vs. outbound sales strategies
  • Inbound sales tactics and the role of inbound marketing in sales 
  • Specific tactics to combine inbound with outbound for maximum results 
  • Steps to start implementing  



DaniBuckley-Leadg2Dani Buckley, General Manager and Consultant at LeadG2, has been helping businesses with their marketing and sales strategies for over 10 years. Her background in advertising sales combined with her experience in marketing gives her special insight into the challenges that businesses face and the ability to coach them through solutions that work. She specializes in inbound tactics, sales enablement, lead generation, and sales and marketing alignment. 


Dean-Moothart-leadg2Dean Moothart, Director of Client Solutions at LeadG2, has worked in sales and marketing for 20+ years helping B2B companies build robust sales pipelines, improve efficiency of field sales teams and grow top line revenue. His experience has put him on the front lines of the evolving buying process and the need for marketers to be more focused on improving inbound strategies to adapt to the new reality of doing business. Dean's focus has always been helping companies improve the alignment of their Sales and Marketing teams by helping speak the same language, share common goals, establish KPIs and “closing the loop” to improve results.