Using storytelling to drive multifamily sales

By Chris Arnold

Building a brand through authenticity

Transforming Cities welcomes Charles Thompson, Account Executive at Experian.

Charles has been selling in some form for the last seven years and has found himself in the multifamily space for the last year. He sees sales as serving and loves that it can enable him to create and build meaningful and educational relationships.

His difficult early life experiences now inform his personal brand, enabling him to communicate his story with others so they see him first as a person with a family, interests, and passions and as a salesperson second.

Charles is a father of four and resides with his wife and family in San Diego, CA.

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