The National Association of Sales Professionals (NASP) is comprised of dynamic men and women who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the rapidly changing world of sales.
They have committed to advancing their careers and financial security by participating in our community. Our community links career-minded professionals together into a nationwide peer network. This further increases the individual's credentials, leading to even more visible stature as a Sales Professional.
Tablet and phone users rejoice! Along with a brand new look-and-feel, we've gone fully "responsive" with a mobile-ready website.
Roger Love, voice coach to the stars of Hollywood, partners with NASP to create the newest program in the 45 Day Challenge Series...Voice of Influence.
The trademark team was busy again. We are now authorized to add the official registered trademark certification for Certified Professional Sales Person (CPSP).
Thanks to the tireless effort of our trademark team, we are now authorized to add the official registered trademark certification for NASP.
Carl Cirillo named Chief Technical Officer. Although he's been the Association's web architect and developer since 2007, this official announcement marks his commitment to the organization. With a wealth of startup and corporate web development knowledge, he continues to make the Association's vision a reality.
Online community features launched. NASP.COM has become the HOME for the entire sales industry.
The first of many articles contributed to our Influencers Invited blog.
Idris Grant brought in as President and Chief Operating Officer. With a background in building internet-based organizations, he expanded the association's vision to become an online community for the sales profession.
Charles Branscum is the first member to complete the Seller Styles Assessment.
NASP identity rebranded with the new logo and colors.
Roderic Hairston became the Association's new President. Rod's background is sales -- selling a profound vision of people operating at full and peak potential.
NASP "officially" started
Earliest meetings date back to early 1980s in Chicago with the founder Michael Reagan.