Patrick JansenAmsterdam, Noord-holland, Netherlands

Patrick Jansen is an accomplished sales professional with over a decade of experience in global account management and sales leadership. He has worked with clients from a wide range of industries, including Information Technology, Financial Services, Healthcare, Media, Advertising, Retail, and SMB. Patrick's expertise lies in building strategic partnerships, new business development, account management, B2B marketing, and customer experience. He has received multiple Most Valuable Player (MVP) awards and Presidents Club qualifications for his consistent overachievement and excellent client service.

Patrick holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from Hogeschool INHOLLAND, and he has completed courses in negotiation mastery and business administration from HBX/Harvard Business School.

Currently, Patrick is an Account Director at Forrester, where he advises clients on business and technology strategy in an era where customers and technology are disrupting markets, blurring industry lines, and changing business models faster than ever. Previously, he held various positions at Forrester, including Senior Account Manager, Executive Lead Benelux, Senior Account Manager, Global Clients, Account Manager, Global Clients, Associate Account Manager, Global Clients, Sr. Customer Success Manager, Global Clients, and Customer Success Manager, Global Clients. Before joining Forrester, Patrick worked as an Account Manager, Benelux at Dell EMC, Inside Sales Manager at Unamic/HCN, and Event Manager at Glory Sports International.

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