New York, NY., – SMEI and The Influence Board (TIB) today announced a partnership to foster more automated and relevant collaboration among members while raising important funding for SMEI initiatives.
SMEI is the worldwide professional association for sales and marketing. This new partnership will facilitate SMEI’s continuing work to create meaningful collaboration between industry leaders and business partners while elevating corporate social responsibility.
The Influence Board provides time-constrained business leaders the ability to offer 1-hour of their time for a pre-qualified, exploratory meeting, in return for a meaningful donation to a worthy cause.
“We chose to partner with The Influence Board because their platform allows our executives and members to create timely collaboration and open up doors for economic recovery,” said SMEI CEO, Willis Turner.
“These controlled interactions contribute to our organization’s culture of fostering relevant and productive member experiences” Turner said.
Jay Allen, the CEO of The Influence Board has founded numerous networks of influential business leaders over the past 20 years – all built on relationships of trust.
“SMEI is such a well-regarded organization and is an industry leader, so we are pleased to have them join us in fostering member collaboration and raising funds for worthy causes,” Allen said.
All members of SMEI will be invited to participate on The Influence Board, and the platform is also open to any organization or individual interested in requesting meetings with business leaders on the platform.
SMEI is the worldwide professional association for sales and marketing. With members around the world, SMEI works to advance the profession through educational programs, professional certification and knowledge sharing. For more information visit https://www.smei.org
The Influence Board is a platform designed to empower business leaders to have greater social impact, and exposure to innovation, via a tightly controlled meeting request process. Business leaders can establish a value for an hour of their time, choose worthy causes to support, then take approved meetings with the meeting value donated to charity. Learn more at www.InfluenceBoard.com
For More Information, Contact:
Jay Allen, The Influence Board Jay@InfluenceBoard.com; 720-981-3570
Willis Turner, SMEI, email@example.com; (312) 893-0751