Chicago-based sales outsourcing firm to open downtown Milwaukee office

Chicago-based Sales Empowerment Group announced this week that it will open offices in Michigan, Kansas City and downtown Milwaukee.

Founded in 2009, Sales Empowerment Group provides its clients with outsourced revenue generation sales teams and services for 6 to 12 months.

The Milwaukee office will be located at 790 N. Milwaukee St. The office will open on Jan. 4. It initially will occupy a 1,000-square-foot space, but the company plans to add an additional 2,000 square feet in the next 12 months. The office will initially have 8-9 employees.

The Milwaukee office will be co-managed by Dan Piva and Maureen Trattner.

“We will be hiring a lot of college graduates that want a sales career,” said Brian O’Neil, chief executive officer and founder of Sales Empowerment Group. “We will be providing many news sales jobs over the next 24 months.”

“The pandemic has forced B2B companies to think and sell in a different way,” he said. “SEG’s model helps companies with the new normal while shifting infrastructure costs, training, and revenue acceleration services for a period of time. Even before being under duress, companies counted on us for consistent and effective sales support. Although we start with a six- to 12-month engagement, more than 50% of our customers continue to remain partners after the initial contract has ended.”

“We’re thrilled to expand our footprint. With the high-demand for SEG’s outsourced revenue growth models we needed to expand into new-markets, and we will continue to expand our national footprint,” said SEG president Kevin Potrzeba.

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