Published on August 29th, 2019 | by University Communications0
Leaders in Industry presents ‘Business Perspectives: Sales, Marketing’ on September 17
Saint Leo University Career Services is presenting the Leaders in the Industry webinar series. This series of interactive webinars offers students the opportunity to explore career fields with today’s working professionals.
The next live webinar, Business Perspectives Part 3: Sales and Marketing, is scheduled for 6 p.m., ET, Tuesday, September 17. Saint Leo University welcomes George Gano ’85, vice president of sales for Juno Capital. Gano has held several sales roles across multiple industries: lasers, pharmaceutical, medical supplies, industrial products, material handling, and financial services. He has been involved in three start-ups and has played cross-functional roles in these organizations. He is also a director of the Alumni Association and the industry advisory council for the Tapia College and Business.
Join us to learn more about Gano’s career path and consider your own options for a career in business related to sales and marketing. What are you planning to do with your business degree or MBA? Is sales and marketing for you?
Gano graduated magna cum laude from Saint Leo University with a BA dual concentration in marketing and management. During his undergrad years, he was the founding president of the American Marketing Association, Saint Leo Chapter, under the tutelage of marketing professor, John Todd. He was also a member of the Delta Epsilon Sigma Catholic Honor Society and the membership and rush Chair for Sigma Phi Epsilon national fraternity.
In addition to all of his institutional service, Gano also serves as a mentor to Saint Leo students and graduates. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
For questions and to RSVP, please contact Career Services.
To access the webinar, click here using a Chrome or Firefox browser and enter your first and last name.
The views expressed during this event are those of the speaker/presenter and do not necessarily represent the views of the university.