Steve Symes

June 2003
IT Training;Jun2003, p54
Trade Publication
This article presents career profile of Steve Symes, Great Britain regional sales director of SkillSoft Corp. At the age of 16 Symes joined army to do an apprenticeship in vehicle mechanics. Symes worked with FTSE 500 companies to consolidate and manage their travel more effectively. Symes accepted a project-based selling role with a project-management consultancy, providing project teams to take on non-core activities. Symes served so many companies in his long career in sales.


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