Below is our recent interview with Cindy Truong, Co-Founder & CEO at Society of Saleswomen:
Q: Could you provide our readers with a brief introduction to your company?
A: Society of Saleswomen is a non-profit 501c(3) membership association that is committed to transforming the traditional professional women’s organization.
As our mission statement says, we are “a collaborative, inclusive, come-as-you-are organization.” We value our members’ time, voices, and hearts.
Our membership is diverse and global and includes women and men of all professionals (not just sales).
Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?
A: We create live and virtual events, retreats, and workshops. Along with our Swamini Mentorship program, our experiences foster confidence, creativity, and authenticity.
Q: What can we expect from your company in next 6 months? What are your plans?
A: We will continue to offer unique, timely, and pragmatic live and virtual events, retreats, and workshops. Along with our Swamini Mentorship program, our experiences foster confidence, creativity, and authenticity.
Our “Table for Six” gatherings are intimate and informal local gatherings that enable women to discuss common challenges in a safe and fun environment (usually over a meal). Into 2023, we will be localizing the “Table for Six” event across multiple hub cities nationally.
Our next retreat is schedule for Q3 of 2023 in Costa Rica. More to come on this!
We are committed to meeting the changing needs of today’s professionals with relevant and provocative programs where EVERY member can feel heard and supported and can contribute their unique insights and perspectives while expanding their skills and knowledge.
Q: What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about?
A: We are a truly global organization. We have members from all continents, all ages/stages, and all sizes and types of companies. We are committed to quality and authenticity. When our members walk away from our events, the feedback is consistent – SOS organically promotes real conversations about topics that should be talked about but are not. We steer away from generic content and target topics that are difficult and valuable, sprinkled with actionable takeaways.