Put Aside the Status-Quo & Increase Revenue
What if you could consistently, year-over-year, break through growth barriers personally and professionally? What if you could easily inspire your leadership teams to truly collaborate for optimized revenue growth? Don’t believe you can increase customer advocacy by spending less to get more? You can do all of this and more while securing bigger marketing and sales budgets and receive CFO love by attending or booking a Tara Kinney Speaking Event.
Who is Tara Kinney?
It is my passion to share what I have learned over the course of my career and help other business owners and leaders increase revenue without the daily struggle. Before the age of 40, I managerially supported 75 companies in 8 distinct industries. I have been an owner, key executive, fractional manager, and strategic advisor in building business development operations for 41 owner-operated small businesses and startups. Currently, I am an owner and the CEO of Atomic Revenue, where I continue to problem-solve, innovate, and define the formula for and establish the new discipline of Revenue Operations that is launching clients’ growth with fewer costs and better ROI.
Meet Your Short-Term & Long-Term Revenue Goals
As a Business Owner, CEO, CFO, COO, Marketing Leader, Sales Leader, Private Equity Manager, Accountant, or Finance Leader, you can reach your short-term and long-term goals now, this year, by learning how unify your teams once and for all, measure everything you do, use data-driven metrics to implement change, and realize steady revenue growth. By changing how you think about and function in business, you can reach heights you’ve only ever imagined. Contact me to learn more or book a speaking event today.
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