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Flashback Friday – Baby Boomer vs Millennial Tech Sales Culture

By The Betts Team / June 26, 2015
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The business world has changed from emulating AMC’s, “Mad Men” to HBO’s, “Silicon Valley.” Instead of posh cocktails, whiskey glasses, and corner offices, we have beanbag chairs and ping pong tables that represent the tech sales culture.   Both Generation X and Millennials have influenced what was originally a Baby Boomer workplace. These younger generations…

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