March 13, 2023

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On March 12th, 2023, Commit held its annual Sales Kick-Off (SKO) event to celebrate the accomplishments of our teams around the world. It was a momentous occasion where team members came together, shared their expertise, and collaboratively discussed future initiatives.

Max Nirenberg and Amanda Taylor, both esteemed members of the Commit USA team, delivered captivating and informative presentations at SKO 2023.

Max Nirenberg's Client Partner Playbook Training was a truly engaging experience that provided invaluable insights into the world of client partnerships.

Likewise, Amanda Taylor's Salesforce workshop was an enlightening and informative session that highlighted the latest developments in this critical area of our work. Their contributions were exceptional, and they left a lasting impact on our team by helping us deepen our commitment to providing exceptional services to our clients.

One of the highlights of the event was a workshop led by Dr. Liraz Margalit, a world-renowned expert in customer-centricity. The session focused on exploring new mindsets and best practices that can help companies better understand and fulfill their customers' needs.

At Commit, customer-centricity is our top priority, and we take great pride in delivering exceptional services to our clients. We believe that fostering growth in the most efficient manner possible is vital in achieving this goal.

Our diverse and talented teams, based in Israel, the US, and worldwide, have been instrumental in our remarkable success in 2022. We're excited to continue building on this momentum and driving positive change in the years ahead.

Looking ahead to Global SKO 2023, we invite everyone to join us in prioritizing a customer-centric approach and delivering exceptional services. Let's work together to create a lasting impact and drive growth for our clients and our company.

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