Only you know your teams strengths as they truly relate to your clients needs because you brought the team to this presentation party. When you (the rep) does the introduction, it helps thaw the ice for all people in the room, you can add empathy with stories on how these experts have helped your other clients in the past. It also cements your roles as the meeting facilitator, the time keeper and the trusted advisor who sees his clients time as precious and can tailor the agenda. I let the team members introduce themselves at a later point in time when they speak to their own sections of the presentation. That way the prospect clearly understands and remembers the role each player is having on the team and going forward.
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