Anthony Byrne, CEO and co-founder of Product2Market, sat down with Bhavik Sarkhedi for a piece in the Huffington Post last week.
WHO WE ARE
AND WHAT WE DO
Product2Market is a leading European Lead Generation Agency that enables high-performance organisations to drive revenues more strategically. Established in 2010, Product2Market has grown to become the “go-to” company for Solution Sales-focused organisations looking to grow market share across European markets. Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, we are strongly positioned for access to multilingual sales talent and Tech-sector culture. As a company we have a strategic focus on performance, quality and client ROI.
Our approach to Lead Generation is driven by rich content, qualitative engagement and highly trained Sales people. We have the ability to dive deep into specific markets and target territories, to access the right level of decision makers to deliver maximum client returns. What separates Product2Market from all other agencies is our approach to high-quality Lead Generation. Our approach is a combination of Data, Systems and People in a process we call – TARGET | ENGAGE | ENABLE
From the Blog
As Product2Market continues to grow towards becoming one of the leading Sales Development / Lead Generation Agencies in Europe and EMEA. Its great for us to see such rich coverage on our industry in major business titles like Forbes.
We are growing fast and have number of Sales Development Representative openings on our EMEA Lead Generation team; do you speak any of the following languages? We recently launched our new positions and the announcement was welcomed by Irish Minister for Jobs, Employment and Innovation Mr. Richard Bruton.
Dublin, – 18th of January for General Release
Product2Market are delighted to announce the appointment of Ms. Yvonne O’Connor as the company’s new Director of Client Delivery.
It’s that time of the year again — the time when you can spike your eggnog at the office and probably get away with it. It’s also that time of the year when you start reflecting on all the things you’ve accomplished — or have not accomplished — over the the last 365 days.