Webinar: Must-have Sales Tech for Closing More in 2022 with Morgan J Ingram

Learn what the tech stack looks like for top-performing sales organizations from professional sales trainer Morgan J Ingram.


What sales tools should you invest in? It's a question sales leaders are asking more frequently as the number of sales tools continues to grow at an exponential rate.

But figuring out which sales tools you should buy and invest in – let alone understanding what each tool even does – can be a daunting task.

Wouldn't it be easier if one of the most well-known sales pros and trainers gave you the down-low on what tools winning sales teams are actually using?

Morgan J Ingram joins us to tell you exactly that! No sales pitches here, just Morgan's honest opinion on what he sees is actually working. On this webinar you’ll takeaway:

  • The best free tools for sales professionals

  • The top new sales tools in 2021 that will help your team win

  • The tried and tested mainstays for your sales tech stack

    Hosted by

    Nadia Milani

    Nadia Milani

    Director of Demand Generation, Proposify

    Nadia is passionate about connecting businesses with their ideal customers. She has accelerated growth strategies for many B2B companies in the e-commerce, IT, and tech industries. Her sweet spot is when marketing intersects with technology. Nadia is a leader that has helped build high-performance teams, producing triple-digit growth in engagement, acquisition, and revenue. In 2020, Nadia was added to Marketo's Fearless 50 list, being recognized as one of the top 50 marketers in the world. She has also been a featured speaker at the Global Women's Tech Conference, Email Evolution Summit, and Canadian Email Summit.

    Morgan J Ingram

    Director of Execution and Evolution at JB Sales

    Morgan is a Director of Execution and Evolution at JB Sales, focusing on delivering training to sales development teams to enhance their skillsets and performance. At only 25, Morgan has been named one of the “Top 50 Sales Leaders to Follow” by LinkedIn, and a “Top 25 Sales Development Thought Leader” by Inside Sales. Morgan’s work has been featured in Forbes, Sales Hacker, the Hubspot blog, and the Harvard Business Review.