Q&A with Emissary - the importance of tacit knowledge
11th May 2017
By Michael Levy
Emissary, a new entrant to the sales intelligence space, matches recently departed high-level executives with account executives to assist in account planning. Michael Levy recently spoke to its CEO and founder, David Hammer, to discuss his thinking behind the creation of the company, the importance of tacit knowledge and the role of his "emissaries".
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