ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA – Learning Outsource Group announced today that GateHouse Media Ohio has contracted the company to deliver its nationally recognized Sales Management Leadership Program to 30 sales leaders and executives throughout their Northern Ohio division. The program is proven to increase sales leadership effectiveness resulting in revenue growth, operating efficiencies, and improved profitability for clients investing in this continuing education and development resource.
Tom Cooke, President of Learning Outsource Group, commented, “GateHouse Media is a highly respected leader in the evolving media space and we could not be more satisfied that they have made this commitment to invest in our Sales Management Leadership Program and the extensive resource and tools that will be provided to their elite group of sales leaders. We look forward to partnering with GateHouse Media Ohio and other locations in the future.”
About Learning Outsource Group
Learning Outsource Group is an internationally recognized provider of learning solutions designed to support the business development strategy of sales and customer-centric organizations. With a focus on sales training and sales management leadership development, over 110,000 executives, managers, and sales professionals in a variety of industries have been impacted by their training, resources, and tools since 1996. Major clients include Xerox, Verizon, First Data, Wells Fargo, Ricoh, Gannett, Alsco, DeRoyal Medical, and many others. Learning Outsource Group has been recognized as an industry leader for their ability to deliver contemporary, highly impactful, application driven, and cost-effective human resource development solutions and consulting expertise.
About GateHouse Media
GateHouse Media is one of the largest publishers of locally-based media in the United States. As of April 2018, they publish 144 daily newspapers, 341 community publications and more than 569 local market websites that reach more than 23 million people each week. You will find their publications in 38 states and 565 markets. They continue to acquire daily newspapers — including the Akron, Ohio, Beacon Journal; the Austin, Texas, American-Statesman; the Gardner, Massachusetts, News; and the Palm Beach, Florida, Post and Daily News. In the first quarter, we closed on the Eugene, Oregon, Register-Guard; the Holden, Massachusetts, Landmark Corp. They have experienced significant growth over the past four years they continually strive to make themselves not just a bigger company, but a stronger one.