Inspire Business Concepts partners with Rapport Leadership International

Scottsdale-based integrated marketing company, Inspire Business Concepts, announced that it has signed a marketing engagement with Rapport Leadership International.

Rapport specializes in working with business leaders to create immediate productivity and performance improvements by identifying and breaking through blocks to leadership and communication. They achieve this through intensive workshops, organizational development workshops, coaching, consulting and executive assessments.

The new engagement will involve Inspire working closely with Rapport’s team to help them improve visibility in the market place, streamline the sales engagement processes, and improve sales results, according to a press release.

“We’re honored that Spencer and the leadership team at Rapport have chosen to work with Inspire to help them grow their business,” Ryan Englin, co-owner at Inspire stated in the release. “We’re very committed to the nature of the work Rapport does with its clients and look forward to helping them bring the power of their program to other businesses across the globe.”

Spencer Horn, CEO of Rapport Leadership International, stated the knowledge of Mr. Englin will lead to a positive partnership.

“I’m looking forward to working with the team at Inspire,” Mr. Horn stated in the release. “I’ve had the privilege of knowing Ryan for the last several years and I’ve been consistently impressed by his knowledge, insight, and unique solutions to challenging issues. We know that Ryan and his team will be a tremendous asset to our business.”

Inspire Business Concepts have been helping clients across the U.S. since 2011, according to the release.

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