As the Ed Tech industry continues to grow, leaders are redefining the makeup of their organizations. Several traditional roles are being phased out and replaced with titles that reflect new priorities and responsibilities. Over the last 12 months, The Renaissance Network team has noted the … [Read more...] about Four critical roles have emerged to enable growth and customer centricity in an evolving Ed Tech market
The Renaissance Network kicked off Q2 at ASU GSV Summit 2019 in San Diego. The summit once again hosted a wide range of innovations and inspirational guest speakers that push the educational possibilities inside and outside the classroom. Following the event, I sat down with our CEO Lisa … [Read more...] about ASU GSV Summit 2019 Review
2019 is well underway, quarterly reviews are fast approaching, and early performance will be assessed against tracking towards end of year goals. As a business development leader, what should you be evaluating and is the team staying on track? How should primary challenges be addressed within the … [Read more...] about Evaluating your Q1 for a successful year!
The Renaissance Network (TRN) proudly welcomes Colin Gillespie to our team as Chief Operating Officer. In partnership with CEO Lisa Sacchetti, he is tasked with setting and driving organization vision and long-term strategy to support the mission of building world-class teams for innovative … [Read more...] about Colin Homer Gillespie, COO joins The Renaissance Network
When news broke in January that investment in Ed Tech had reached $9.53 billion in 2017, the likes of Forbes started to see more predictions on Ed Tech’s future and potential growth, drawing attention from major investors to the developments within the industry. Despite potential challenges, many … [Read more...] about Ed Tech market growth means greater pressure on commercial talent pipelines
Last year We asked whether previous education experience should be an important factor when hiring a sales executive. We concluded that a candidate’s experience within education should be viewed as a “nice-to-have” rather than the primary reason for a hire. However, TRN’s recent Ed Tech sales … [Read more...] about Building an Ed Tech Sales Team: Has the bias towards education experience affected the influx of new sales talent?
The business landscape in today’s economy is making the world more connected than ever before. The Education Technology (EdTech) market is no exception and has been experiencing rapid global growth in recent years. Clients now need creative, adaptable and decisive talent to lead fast-changing and … [Read more...] about The benefits of outsourcing hiring when entering into the US talent market
Which compensation packages are attracting the best sales talent? And how is EdTech tracking sales performance? Before engaging in any search, The Renaissance Network begins by researching relevant compensations levels, quotas and performance metrics. Initial hiring research plays an … [Read more...] about The State of US EdTech Sales Compensation
Candidates currently have many options in this market and it is becoming more common for employees to frequently switch jobs. Professionals are now more informed about potential career choices and are less likely to wait for hiring peaks to begin seeking new opportunities. Employers need to … [Read more...] about Why proactive hiring fits today’s talent market.
The hiring landscape is ever-changing and companies need to be able to plan for the future. So, what do companies need to look for during the next few years? Artificial Intelligence (AI) AI is quickly changing how companies plan for and hire new employees. A growing number of … [Read more...] about 4 reasons why future workforce planning must be revisited