Mark has twenty years’ experience developing and implementing software professionally, with the past fifteen at Gold-Vision CRM leading product development. In that time, Mark has developed and launched many products and tools from start-up through a full life-cycle. He enjoys being cross-functional within the organisation with a focus on global business development. In his spare time, Mark enjoys mountain biking and exploring the world with his family.
Latest content from Mark Vernon
What product development taught me about selling
Mark Vernon reflects on crucial sales skills learned from a career in Product Development.
8 steps to launch your sales enablement strategy
Sales enablement is one of the hot new phrases in the world of selling but what does it mean, and more importantly, how can you take advantage of it using your CRM?
CanadianSME Business Expo 2020
Find out what the Canadian team got up to at the first CanadianSME Business Expo in Toronto on January 20.
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