Q&A with the Czech Sales Academy
This interview with Gabriel Dusil, Chief Marketing and Corporate Strategy Officer at Visual Unity, was produced by the Czech Sales Academy, to educate students on sales and marketing best practices. This is one in a series of interviews with different senior executives across the Czech Republic, focusing on their experiences in the field of sales and marketing, after leaving the education system and entering the workforce. These sessions help to educate students in what to expect when working in these departments, as told from different sales and marketing perspectives.
Gabriel Dusil is currently the Chief Marketing & Corporate Strategy Officer at Visual Unity, with a mandate to advance the company’s portfolio into next generation solutions and expand the company’s global presence. Before joining Visual Unity, Gabriel was the VP of Sales & Marketing at Cognitive Security, and Director of Alliances at SecureWorks, responsible for partners in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Previously,
Gabriel worked at VeriSign & Motorola in a combination of senior marketing & sales roles. Gabriel obtained a degree in Engineering Physics from McMaster University, in Canada and has advanced knowledge in Online Video Solutions, Cloud Computing, Security as a Service (SaaS), Identity & Access Management (IAM), and Managed Security Services (MSS).
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About Visual Unity
Visual Unity is a global provider of video and digital media solutions, enabling our clients to deliver premium quality video content. Our clients can measure, analyze and optimize their libraries over time and achieve optimal business success. Our vuMedia™ platform inspires clients to deploy their assets across multiple devices, screens, and media formats. Visual Unity helps clients manage, deliver and monetize their digital content.
About the Czech Sales Academy
Extract from the Academy’s web site: “The “sales school system” was established in order to enable access to a high-quality specialized education for our students without having to pay the school fees during their studies. The whole concept is primarily aimed at the inhabitants of poorer regions of our country. This way the system allows us to choose the quality students who are motivated in the area of personal development and they are also keen to study… …Another important target is the English language education. Learning of English language is divided into two parts – the first, more intensive one, is comprised of the standard classes and the second one is realized during the weekends’ activities… …The students have a unique opportunity to practice English language in various everyday situations which they solve outside the classrooms.”