Partnerships

The 2022 Partnership Guide

1
Attract

Women of Color in sales to your organization

2
Hire

Create programming with Sistas In Sales, to highlight your commitment to diversity & inclusion

3
Retain

Through networking events, women from Sistas In Sales can meet your team and Employee Resource Groups, marking the beginning of a great relationship

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Hello Sistas In Sales Corporate Partners. You’re invited to be part of our 2022 strategy!

First, we would like to once again say thank you, to all 28 partners who supported the 4th Annual Sistas In Sales 2021 Virtual Summit presented by Google, Workday and Condé Nast. It was a huge success with over 1,300+ registrations from black and brown women in sales around the globe. We have already heard amazing success stories, and look forward to hearing more as the time goes on. 

With that being said, we’re ready for what’s in store for Sistas In Sales’ 5th year! Current and potential partners, you are invited to download the 2022 partnership strategies, our qualitative insights from our community of over 4,000, and our growth goals for next year. Learn how your company can be apart of this impactful movement!

Download the Partnership Guide


Sistas In Sales Welcomes New Corporate Partners

Sistas In Sales is seeking business partners, committed to diversity, who are looking for experienced, diverse women sales professionals to join their teams. If that describes you, you’re in the right place.

For more information, download the 2022 Partnership Guide.


See 10 Reasons below to learn why Sistas In Sales is the right partner for you.

1. Deviate From Existing Recruitment Practices: Shift your sales diversity recruiting strategy and hire the best people. Improve your gender and racial diversity pipeline with a strategy that has a clear ROI.

2. Create a Diverse Talent Pipeline: Grow a salesforce that mirrors the diversity (racial, ethnic, gender, and age) of your customers.

3. Attract WOC Sales Professionals: Reach a community of more talented women than you will not find on any hiring platform.

4. Improve the Candidate Journey: Save money on ad spend and improve the experience for diverse candidates by engaging directly with candidates and bypassing third-party job boards.

5. Excite Candidates With Compelling Stories: Demonstrate authenticity, company values, and opportunities for career growth by spotlighting current diverse employees at your office. WoC want to see what it’s really like working for your company and why employees enjoy working for you.

6. Play the Long Game: There will be multiple potential candidates for every event. Engage would-be candidates by connecting with them 1:1. The events provide an opportunity for your Employee Resource Groups members to be ambassadors for your brand and promote you as an employer of choice.

7. Tailor Candidate Experience: Feature local employees and office tours to bring the culture of your regional offices to life.

8. Utilize Employee Resource Groups (ERGs): Promote ERGs prominently during the events. Talk to interested candidates about ERGs and the benefits they bring — partner with diverse leaders from around your organization to spread awareness. The more candidates know about and engage with your ERGs, the more likely they’ll share those positive experiences with their networks.

9. Keep Your Diverse Sales Talent Longer: Show them you care about their careers. Invest in ongoing training opportunities tailored for diverse employees to develop new, and hone existing skills

10. Retain Employees by Investing in Them: Training increases employee engagement, improves teamwork and productivity.

Download the Partnership Guide