Tim Owen has spent his entire career in the high tech industry as a leader in Sales and Business Development.
He's passionate and committed to helping clients craft and execute their Go-To-Market strategies, drive top-line revenue growth and profit, and enhance the customer experience.
He takes pride in helping clients achieve their strategic goals and has been fortunate to work with prestigious companies such as Amazon, State Farm, Mastercard, Pfizer, Microsoft, and Salesforce.
For the past 20 years, he has been involved in the cloud-based software industry and has served as Founder, CEO, Board Advisor, and other executive team leadership roles at numerous SaaS start-ups.
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Areas of Expertise (4)
Enterprise & Channel Sales
University of Saskatchewan: B.Sc., Electrical Engineering
- NameShouts : Board Advisor
- Ideation6 Inc. : Board Advisor
- The Canadian Entrepreneurs in New England : President, Board Director and Founding Member
Selected Articles (3)
Not only did Harvey Mackay teach millions of business people how to “swim with the sharks without being eaten alive” (See Blog: instantrecall.io/harvey-my-hero/), but he is also the grandmaster of networking — Harvey understood the value and importance of a network long before LinkedIn. And he literally wrote the book on networking – “Dig Your Well Before You’re Thirsty”, which was first written in 1997.
People who have spoken with Bill Clinton generally agree on one thing: He made you feel like you were the only person in the room and he gave you his complete attention. Here is a video from the 1992 US Presidential Debate that provides a great explanation as to how Bill Clinton connected with people: How To Make Eye Contact – Bill Clinton Charisma Breakdown Did you notice the shot where they cut to George Bush Sr.’s look of bewilderment ? I guarantee you not one person in the audience noticed his reaction. We only did because the camera forced us to.
Want people to like you? The first step is to take a genuine interest in them … by getting them to talk about themselves. Dale Carnegie figured this out in the year 1936: “You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” – Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People...