On March 23rd, President of The Tailored Group James Sagar attended an important sales and marketing summit in Chicago, where his accomplishments as a pacesetter within the industry were rewarded.
On March 21st, James Sagar traveled from The Tailored Group’s headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia to Chicago to join sales and marketing business owners from across the USA for a two-day summit. Held at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Chicago, the summit was organized to discuss new ideas on how to sustain the industry’s success and to offer a sounding board for entrepreneurs to share their experiences. The event hosted a jam-packed bill of guest speakers, all of whom built their success from the ground up and who were invited to share their insights into succeeding in the competitive sales and marketing industry.
During the summit, President James Sagar was presented with a very special award by event organizers. The 2018 Pacesetter Award is given in recognition of outstanding sales achievement, and The Tailored Group’s President was presented with this highly coveted accolade for continually pushing boundaries and breaking records for the firm’s clients.
In response to his award win, Mr. Sagar outlined how it is always great to receive recognition in business but was keen to share how the accolade wasn’t just for himself ‘this award is more for the outstanding community of entrepreneurs we are as an organization…. Great job everyone!’
Returning to Atlanta, Mr Sagar is determined to maintain The Tailored Group’s status as an industry pacesetter and is confident that with the right motivation and support, his workforce will continue to dominate and drive the best possible results for clients.
As direct marketing leaders, The Tailored Group specializes in breaking the information gap between some of the world’s largest Fortune 100 and 500 companies and their potential clients. Putting a handshake and a smile behind every marketing interaction, the firm can provide clients with quality long-term customers and a healthy revenue source.