Congratulations to longtime IES sponsor Vorsight, an outsourced demand generation firm that specializes in the first half of the sales cycle for B2B and B2G sales teams, for excellent recognition from Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and the Virginia Economic Development Partnership as noted in the January 25 press release, Governor McAuliffe Announces 112 New Jobs in Arlington County, Vorsight to invest $105,000 to expand its corporate headquarters and workforce.
Here is an excerpt from the press release:
“Vorsight is a great example of a homegrown small business that is thriving here in the Commonwealth of Virginia,” said Governor McAuliffe. “The company has capitalized on the tech-savvy workforce of Northern Virginia, as well as the training programs that supply a steady pipeline of workers with skills of the 21st century. We congratulate Vorsight on tripling its workforce and helping our efforts to diversify and build the new Virginia economy.”
“It is exciting to watch this impressive, young technology company grow in the Commonwealth,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Todd Haymore. “Virginia boasts the second-largest tech workforce in the U.S., and the Virginia Jobs Investment Program, utilized by Vorsight in its expansion, is an effective instrument to ensure a trained, skilled labor pool for our corporate partners as they grow.”
Vorsight is an award-winning sales effectiveness firm that helps B2B, B2E, and B2G sales and marketing teams generate more opportunities with qualified decision makers at target accounts. The company was founded in 2005 and has scheduled approximately 23,000 meetings, resulting in over $25 million in new revenue for its clients. Vorsight’s accelerated growth is fueled by its SaaS – Software as a Service – offering, ExecVision. ExecVision provides conversation insights that allow business leaders to make smarter sales and marketing decisions.