David "Ledge" Ledgerwood

Co-founder and Managing Partner/ Add1Zero

Ledge has closed over $40M in deals throughout his career.

His company Add1Zero provides fractional sales support designed to level up companies from 6 to 7 digits of revenue.

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David "Ledge" Ledgerwood

Co-founder and Managing Partner/ Add1Zero

Ledge has closed over $40M in deals throughout his career.

His company Add1Zero provides fractional sales support designed to level up companies from 6 to 7 digits of revenue.

read more

BOOK NOW FOR your podcast

David "Ledge" Ledgerwood

Co-founder and Managing Partner/ Add1Zero

Ledge has closed over $40M in deals throughout his career.

His company Add1Zero provides fractional sales support designed to level up companies from 6 to 7 digits of revenue.

read more

Timeline

Sep 2019 – Present

CEO – Add1Zero

Lead-to-close sales execution for B2B tech companies ready to leap from 6 to 7 digits of revenue.

Our team joins your team – under your brand – to pick up your leads as soon as they hit your CRM, engage and close them, and hand a signed client over to your onboarding and CS teams.

Using a proven process for 6- to 7-digit annual growth, we provide sales strategy, execution, and ops — the real work that needs to get done to close deals

Sep 2019 – Present

Sep 2019 – Present

Sales Leader – Explainify

Sep 2019 – Present

Mar 2020 – Jun 2020

Sales Leader – New Orchard

Mar 2020 – Jun 2020

Sep 2019 – Dec 2019

Sales Leader – Ziggeo

Sep 2019 – Dec 2019

Jan 2019 – Aug 2019

Podcast Host – Gun.io

I’m the host of Gun.io’s The Frontier Podcast where I interview professionals across the software engineering leadership spectrum. The Frontier is our vehicle for exploring innovation through storytelling with some of the most inspired and inspiring voices in software and product. Episodes and can be found on any of the major podcast apps, or at gun.io/frontier.

I recorded over 200 interviews with CTOs, VPs of Engineering, and other software leaders.

Jan 2019 – Aug 2019

Ask me

You wrote an article on LinkedIn “You need Sales, not a VP of,” can you explain that concept?
How is sales execution different at startups vs. large companies?
There's a saying that "sales cures all," is that really true?
What do you look for when you're hiring sales people?
What do you typically ask on a sales call?
What causes a sales program to fail?
Is there a way to train people to be comfortable hearing "no" regularly?
How many times do you follow up with prospects?
Do you believe in commission, salary, or both for sales people?
What about sales goals?
How do you qualify potential clients in your own business?

Podcast agent: Andy Thomas

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