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Sales Excellence in a New York Minute, with Jennifer Gluckow Gitomer

Jennifer Gluckow Gitomer

Jennifer Gluckow Gitomer has northeastern smarts and New York City savvy — a rare combination that has her positioned as the next big thing in sales. Okay, she’s not ALL New York. She’s traveled the world, educated in the Midwest, and spoken to audiences from coast to coast.

She grew up in a successful book manufacturing family business run by her mother and father. Their dinner table conversations were an MBA real-world business education years before she graduated from the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis.

Jennifer rapidly rose through the ranks of a leading Fortune 500 company as a superstar Sales Representative, National Sales Manager, and Executive Director of Sales Operations. At 29, Jennifer became Chief Operating Officer of a test preparation and admissions counseling company.

In 2013 Jennifer found her calling – training and coaching sales teams and business owners on how to increase their sales and make more profit. She founded Sales in a New York Minute and shares her passion and strategies for success with businesses worldwide and in the classroom. Jennifer’s a writer, blogger, Facebooker, Instagrammer, Tweeter, and YouTuber. She is online and on the money.

“I get to wake up and do what I love EVERY DAY,” says Jennifer. She teaches workshops on networking, customer loyalty, attitude, social media attraction, and of course sales. Featuring The Little Red Book of Selling, the best selling sales book of all time, she has partnered with Gitomer’s selling philosophy and strategies.

Her trademarked advice YouTube channel, Sales in a New York Minute, features short sales and life tips, and are positioned to take Jennifer both global and viral. Drive, persistence, and winning through a desire to serve, have made Jennifer Gluckow an example of how to “make it” in New York, and her mission is to teach you how to make it anywhere.

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