OWINGS MILLS, Md., March 18, 2019 - Sandler dominates the global training market through an unparalleled network of more than 250 training centers worldwide, making Sandler (www.Sandler.com) the largest training organization in the world. With experts providing training to 31,000 professionals in 23 languages, Sandler offers programs in sales, sales management, leadership, and management topics.
The Corporate Training team is adding two new specialized areas of focus: the financial services sector and corporate training for EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). These areas have specialized needs over the traditional sales training offered by Sandler. "We've customized our curriculum – workbooks, Sandler Online, and many other tools for these sectors," says David Mattson, President and CEO of Sandler Training. "They will no longer have to adapt the sales training; we have adapted and customized the programs for them."
Mattson explains, "Two years ago, we created a construction materials vertical; we have many clients in that arena. By customizing our materials for that sector, and by following trends and issues that arise in their industry, we are able to help them succeed. That is also the plan for the new verticals. And we are prepared to create more specialty programs as we see the need arise."
The financial services sector will be led by Stephen Tarr and EMEA will be led by Bill Morrison and Bartlomiej (Bartek) Posmyk.
Tarr brings to the table decades of sales experience and working with the financial services industry. Morrison and Posmyk both have proven track records leading corporate training programs in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, but the need has arisen to take into account the cultural nuances in these countries and reinforce the training in a way that's culturally acceptable in each geographic area.
Mattson says, "As we grow our offerings and increase our partnerships, all while staying true to David Sandler's underlying mission, Sandler Training continues to cement our status as a global leader."