From a syndicated radio morning show’s “man-on-the-street” to a concert promoter, marketing agent in a media-buying firm, and bartender and surfer in Australia, Adam Grossman to the shock of many, became a rabbi. Little did he know at the time, this was a catapult to nonprofit executive leadership and entrepreneurship. Guided by the motto “to help an individual become self-sufficient,” his path led to the rejuvenation of legacy nonprofits, the birth of stand-alone nonprofits, and the creation of for-profit companies. This evolution has led to an expertise in renewing archaic models, supporting organizations through change, maximizing efficiencies, developing talent for short-term and long-term growth, and prospecting and cultivating relationships for revenue, membership, and growth.
October 23rd, 2020 | Season 4 | 43 mins 49 secs
adam grossman, b2b sales, customer experience, the selling factory
In this episode, I sit down with Adam Grossman, co-founder of the Selling Factory. We dive into why he helped start the Selling Factory. We go deeper into what Selling Farm Systems are and how companies are taking advantage. Adam also gives some insight on the companies success and his perspective coming from a background being a rabbi and transitioning into B2B sales.