Lee Smith is the CEO and Founder of SalesFuel®- a Columbus, Ohio-based firm that was named one of the Top 15 Sales Enablement solutions providers for 2019 by Selling Power magazine. His firm helps sales teams leverage critical insights that enables them to acquire, develop and retain their best employees and customers.
Uniquely geared to service the fast-changing sales landscape, C. Lee Smith is one of the country’s foremost experts on:
Lee is one of select few certified advisors worldwide for sales consultant Jeffrey Gitomer and was recognized as of the Leading Sales Consultants by Selling Power magazine in October 2018. He is also a C-Suite Network Advisor for sales leadership and management and co-host of the popular Manage Smarter™ podcast on the C-Suite Radio Network.
His client roster includes Comcast, Berkshire Hathaway, Spectrum, Cox Media, Altice USA, Gatehouse Media and OEConnection.
Lee is the creator of SalesFuel COACH – the new software-as-a-service platform for data-driven, adaptive sales coaching – and SalesFuel HIRE for avoiding costly hiring mistakes through the use of data-driven analytics.
Lee is also an expert on advertising, digital marketing, audience segmentation and small business marketing. He is the creator of AdMall® – the nation’s leading provider of consultative sales discovery intelligence for local advertising and digital media – used by over 20,000 media sales professionals and marketing agency business development specialists across America.
Lee is a graduate of Ohio University and has earned a certificate in executive leadership from Cornell University.
Schedule Lee to speak at your next sales conference, training event or management retreat at cleesmith.com, schedule a consulting session or download one of his free white papers:
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