Vote for Kimmy Netterville, an inspired sales lead management leader

Posted by Dan McDade

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on Nov 7, 2017 12:11:28 PM

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PointClear’s Kimmy Netterville has been nominated as one of the 40 Most Inspired Leaders in Sales Lead Management. The Sales Lead Management Association announced today that nominations are now closed, and voting is open until Dec. 6, 2017. The list of winners will be posted on Dec. 15, 2017.

Many of PointClear’s clients over the past 11 years have directly benefited from Kimmy’s abilities managing B2B lead generation, lead qualification and lead nurturing programs. As a program director, she’s insightful, analytical and, yes, inspired.

Under her leadership, her teams deliver the sales-qualified leads client marketing leaders are looking for. She’s good at her job and we’re happy she’s here.

I encourage you to vote for Kimmy, and give her the professional recognition she deserves. You have until Dec. 6, 2017 to cast your vote. Look for Kimmy’s name in the “People in Lead Generation Companies” category. No need to log in.

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