DECK 7 INTERVIEWS SANGRAM VAJRE, CO-FOUNDER & CHIEF EVANGELIST AT TERMINUS

PR.com | January 13, 2020

DECK 7 is proud to present an exciting interview with the Co-Founder & Chief Evangelist at Terminus, Sangram Vajre. He is an author, keynote speaker, 3x CMO, host of the daily #FlipMyFunnel podcast, entrepreneur and category maker. Sangram has been a driving force behind the success of Terminus and building the ABM subcategory of marketing technology. Before co-founding Terminus, Sangram was Head of Marketing at Pardot through its acquisition by ExactTarget and then Salesforce. A contributing columnist for Inc., he wrote the book, "Account-Based Marketing For Dummies" and is the mastermind behind #FlipMyFunnel, a B2B podcast series that has now over 500 episodes and continues to rate in the top 50 business podcasts.

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The EU describes personalized medicine as “providing the right treatment to the right patient, at the right dose at the right time”. By taking into account genetic factors, doctors will be able to recognize at diagnosis which patients are more likely to benefit from a particular treatment. The outcome of this is wide-ranging increased wellbeing, fewer side effects, and lower costs. In contrast, the current model is essentially based on trial and error.

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The EU describes personalized medicine as “providing the right treatment to the right patient, at the right dose at the right time”. By taking into account genetic factors, doctors will be able to recognize at diagnosis which patients are more likely to benefit from a particular treatment. The outcome of this is wide-ranging increased wellbeing, fewer side effects, and lower costs. In contrast, the current model is essentially based on trial and error.

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