Mark Jewell, Sales Coach and Energy Sector Subject Matter Expert

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Mark Jewell is the President and co-founder of Selling Energy. He is a subject matter expert, coach, speaker and best-selling author focused on overcoming barriers to implementing projects. Mark teaches other professionals and organizations how to turbocharge their sales success.
Through his in-person and online trainings, daily blog, app for iOS, app for Android, YouTube, and Twitter accounts he provides ideas and inspiration for everyone from the eco-entrepreneur to those with Fortune 500 companies.

Accolades for Mark Jewell:

Mark Jewell was awarded a Silver Stevie Award in 2017 for “Sales Training or Education Leader of the Year”. In 2015 he was presented the Gold Stevie Award for “Sales Training or Education Leader of the Year.” His first book, “Selling Energy: Inspiring Ideas That Get More Projects Approved!” was a Wall Street Journal bestseller and earned accolades from the Axiom Business Book Awards and the Reader Views Annual Literary Awards.

Career Trajectory:

Mark Jewell’s experience includes over 30 years in commercial real estate, 20 years in energy efficiency, and 40 years as an entrepreneur. Over the last two decades, Mark Jewell has influenced efficiency decisions in more than three billion square feet of North American real estate. Earlier in his career, Mark helped the US EPA deploy both the ENERGY STAR® Buildings Program for Commercial Real Estate and the Portfolio Manager® benchmarking tool.

Prior to founding Selling Energy, Mark Jewell served as founder and President of RealWinWin, Inc., an energy consulting firm that specializes in identifying energy-saving improvements, providing financial analyses to justify said improvements, and supporting utilities and customers in the creation and implementation of efficiency programs. Prior to his career in energy efficiency, Mark served as Senior V.P. for a major commercial real estate investment firm on the West Coast. Mark received his B.S. in Economics from The Wharton School of Finance and Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania.