Terry Coutsolioutsos

Founder RevRx Consulting

Terry Coutsolioutsos, a dynamic and transformational leader in the realms of sales, marketing, and sales operations. He understands that the big picture has been the key to his success. Throughout his whole career, he has led sales, marketing, and sales operations for global medical device and technology organizations. This experience equipped him to drive behavior and process transformation to create forward-thinking innovation and customer centricity.

Bachelor of Science - Finance
Executive Program: Leading Change 2017
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Episodes - The Road to the Dallas 100

The Road to the Dallas 100: Improving

Daniel Litwin - July 28, 2023

Fasten your seatbelts and gear up for an exciting ride on The Road to the Dallas 100! Brought to you by the collaborative efforts of Daniel Litwin, the resonating voice of B2B, along with MarketScale and SMU's Cox School of Business, we dive deep into the inspiring narratives of Dallas' fastest expanding enterprises.

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Fans First

Pre-Game: Normal Gets Normal Results

Jesse Cole - June 13, 2020

The Savannah Bananas are a baseball team but owner Jesse Cole knows they arent in the baseball industry. Theyre in the Fans First Experience industry.

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S02E03: The Future of Healthcare

I am honored to be the guest of Latina Angelova from GemSeek to discuss understanding customer needs and developing the right experiences to accelerate growth. The episode focuses in on how customer experience is evolving from the past, to the present, and into the future. Really enjoyed the discussion.

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Today is World Stroke Day.

Did you know that on average someone dies of a stroke every 3 minutes and 33 seconds in the United States? That means in the time it'll take me to take my daily run and send this message to you, we could lose more than 25 people to a stroke.

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