Press release — Mercuri International has once again been selected one of the Top 20 Sales Training Companies globally by TrainingIndustry.com. The list is part of Training Industry’s mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies.
Selection to this year’s Top 20 Sales Training Companies List was based on the following criteria:
- Industry recognition and impact on the sales training industry
- Innovation in the sales training market
- Company size and growth potential
- Breadth of service offering
- Strength of clients served
- Geographic reach
“The companies considered for the 2016 Top 20 Sales Training Companies list are some of the most impressive we’ve ever evaluated,” said Ken Taylor, president, Training Industry, Inc. “This year’s list continues to highlight the best providers of sales training, one of the segments in the training industry that is very open to innovation even though the majority of its services are delivered through instructor-led training.”
“The demand for sales training is consistently growing and impacting the shape of the training industry,” said Doug Harward, CEO, Training Industry, Inc. “The companies selected for the 2016 Top 20 Sales Training Companies list represent the best of the best in sales training.”
“We are very happy to once more be awarded for all the impactful work we do with clients world-wide”, says Mr. Frank Herbertz, CEO Mercuri International Group.
Frank Herbertz, CEO, Mercuri International Group
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Ken Taylor, president, Training Industry, Inc.
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