Bryant University is pleased to welcome back Insight Global, Presenting Partner, for the 2023 Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition.
We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all of our valued sponsors. Your participation and support are vital to the growth and improvement of NISC. The continued success of this event has had an immeasurable impact on our students and all who participate.
Sponsorships provide companies with exceptional visibility to a targeted audience. Sponsorships are available at 5 levels.
Bryant University’s Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition supports the development of young sales professionals by providing students throughout the region with an opportunity to test and refine their selling skills. This two-day event provides a dynamic forum to showcase participants’ interpersonal and persuasive communication abilities as well as skill-building sessions. Sponsors play an active role in the competition and conference serving as judges, buyers and workshop speakers. Additionally, sponsoring companies enjoy the opportunity to meet and network with hundreds of aspiring sales professionals.
Corporate sponsorship of this event supports Bryant’s growing sales program underwriting the annual Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition and providing resources for related sales activities including Bryant students’ participation in other sales competitions.
For more information about how you can get involved and sponsor the Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition please contact Corporation and Foundation Relations Officer Stephanie DiPrete at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“At Insight Global, our most successful people pour themselves into their own development. They’re in a constant state of learning so they can be the best versions of themselves. That’s what a competition like NISC provides. It’s an opportunity to take action and develop yourself as a sales professional before embarking on your first sales career. Through preparation, training, and partnerships, you will gain valuable knowledge while building networks that can last a lifetime.”
Eli Doster, Chief Talent Officer
“Here’s the deal: sales is going to be hard. You’re going to face challenges and adversity, and there will be times you will feel like giving up. So, what separates the best salespeople? When adversity hits, they know it’s just a moment in time, and that moment will pass. My advice is to always keep going. In school, in this competition, and in your pursuit for the right sales career. Don’t give up. This will all translate to building a successful career in sales and it will be worth it.”
Adam Reese, Director of Campus Relations