Corporate Value Metrics runs a program called the Certified Value Growth Advisor.TribalVisions Managing Partner, Chris Ciunci recently presented to the group.
Online PR News � 14-December-2018 � Corporate Value Metrics, headquartered in Westboro, MA., runs a training and certification program called the Certified Value Growth Advisor(CVGA). The CVGA is the most comprehensive certification program in the U.S. dedicated to preparing business advisors to become leaders in the private middle-market segment. The CVGA certification is a rigorous five-day program that elevates advisors in the marketplace and positions them for maximum overall success and client impact. This years CVGA was held December 3rd-7th at the Dedham Hilton. TribalVisions Managing Partner, Chris Ciunci recently presented to the group.
The objective of the CVGA program is to train consultants who are typically experts in certain functional niches to be broader-based business advisors to their clients. Attendees are senior advisors in large and small firms in segments like consulting, private equity, CPAs, turnaround management, business valuation, exit planning, and wealth management. The program is a rigorous 5-day training, including 8-9 outside instructors on different modules. TribalVisions Chris Ciunci presented on the overall sales landscape, specifically building a 21st century sales engine.
"I'd like to thank Ken Sanginario for the opportunity to speak with his esteemed group of business advisors who flew in from around the globe for a week of learning and dialogue, says TribalVisions Managing Partner, Chris Ciunci. It's always fun to present to my peers the most cutting edge outsourced marketing and sales initiatives we are leading for our clients."
Ken Sanginario, Founder of Corporate Value Metrics said, Chris brought a great deal of value to the room with practical and cutting-edge sales best practices. The audience will surely find his advice helpful and applicable to their own businesses while driving revenue growth for their own clientele.