10 | Sales for Hire – Meet GitGo

Amy Infante

10 | Sales for Hire – Meet GitGo

Join our conversation and find out how Amy Infante, CEO and Visionary for GitGo can help you sleep at night because she will help you find the business you need.  
Amy Infante

GitGo is a company who can help you make sales calls.  In this conversation we talk about how Covid has accelerated both the need – and the practice for proactive selling. We talk about how Amy’s company uses lead nurturing to reach potential customers as they are in the very beginning of their buying process and stays in touch with them so that when they are ready, GitGo is there. 

Hotels, hotel management companies and brands use GitGo because they have an extensive menu of offerings.  They can do an assessment of your current state and let you take it and run, or they can help you find leads, or convert leads, all the way to virtual site inspections and closing business.





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Loren Gray with Hospitality Digital Marketing convinced me to create a biweekly podcast – “It’ll be easy” he said.  Not so much.  But really rewarding.  I ended up interviewing some fantastic people in between my own sales podcast rants.  I hope you enjoy!

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