Sales and marketing of new products is difficult under any circumstances, but is especially hard when the products are disruptive of established markets or beliefs. The Southern New England Entrepreneurs Forum (SNEEF) has a two-part series planned for October 9 and November 13, which investigates this subject and studies real-world examples of innovative product introductions.
SNEEF will sponsor a case study of Aquabotix, a small undersea robot that inspects the underside of boats and local marine conditions on Thursday, October 9, 5:30 p.m., at the Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center, 151 Martine Street, Fall River.
Durval Tavares, Founder of Aquabotix, will address the problem of sales strategy and techniques within his new enterprise.
The moderator will be Tom Stocker from Owners Edge,
Jason Hartz from Sandler Sales Training,
Terry Phinney from Blackstone Management &John Knott from JD Technologies
SNEEF event non-member $25, Alliance members $15, SNEEF members free. Register at www.SNEEF.org.
This event is sponsored by
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UMass Dartmouth Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship 151 Martine St, Fall River, MA 02723