Greg Drinkwater is the CRO of Fetcher, a platform that automates candidate sourcing and outreach so their clients can focus on the human side of recruiting. He worked at Stack Overflow for eight years and founded his own company, Remanufacturedsterilizers.net, back in 2007. His experience includes sales, sales training, and account management.
Generating revenue organically is difficult, and leading a team to generate that revenue is even harder. No matter how great the product or service is, there will always need to be someone with expertise to ensure proper growth. So what does that work look like in practice?
Greg Drinkwater is the CRO of Fetcher, a top-of-the-funnel HR tech sourcing tool. He has worked with several leading companies such as Stack Overflow and Liquid Technology. He brings a wealth of experience to his current role, and now, is here to share it with you.
In this episode of the Revenue Engine Podcast, Alex Gluz interviews Greg Drinkwater, the CRO of Fetcher, to discuss how to generate revenue through proper leadership and strategy. They talk about Greg’s own career and what he learned from his mentors. They also touch on what Fetcher does, how their acquisition model has changed, and how they differentiate themselves from other funnel services.
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