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Interview Series with Tami McQueen

Meet Tami McQueen, Director of Marketing at SalesLoft.

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Marketing Maven Tami McQueen. Hailing from South Africa, she's made a name for herself in Atlanta with a company called SalesLoft. She is currently leading the charge of integrated event strategy and public relations. 

When talking about some challenges that Tami and her team have encountered she mentioned a lot of startups run into the issue of resources (and not having enough) when in scaling mode. She questioned, "How do we manage to do all of the things while staying as true to your roots as you can and hustling as hard as you can?"

The challenge is to manage resrouces and manage expectations.

She also speaks on the velocity and value of sprint planning.

How does she manage you ask? Trello

She and the team stay focused on prioritizing the strategic initiatives using the program and we too support the app wholeheartedly.

Listen in to our interview for more insight on how Tami does marketing life and to hear more about The Kula Project, a Non-Profit she currently serves for as a board member.


Don't forget to get your early bird tickets to Rainmaker here! This conference happens once a year and encourages and supports companies in becoming modern sales organizations.

Want to check out other Interviews in our series:

Listen in on Kevin O'Malley's Interview

Listen in on Andrew Foster's Interview

Listen in on Derek Grant's Interview

December 5, 2016
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