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Channel Partners Conference & Expo 2023

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Paul SpencerHead of Channel Partner SalesT-Mobile for Business

Paul Spencer, head of channel partner sales at T-Mobile for Business, is a strategic visionary with the ability to influence and collaborate with teams and clients to deliver uncompromised results. Spencer has 19+ years’ experience in transforming brands and processes within teams and strategic accounts and is committed to an environment that puts people first and brings out the best of their abilities in any situation by providing them with vision and tactics to achieve results. He is experienced in leading brand strategy, corporate marketing strategy and business development as well as driving sales results while managing large-scale teams and accounts with brands such as T-Mobile and Samsung.  

 During his more than 16 years at T-Mobile, Spencer has headed partnerships at the largest national retailers and managed large-scale teams across the country. He has run some of the largest teams across T-Mobile for Business in multiple segments and verticals, winning multiple awards over that time.  

Over the past three years, Spencer has led T-Mobile's “un-carrier” approach to providing value to the channel partner community.  He and his team help partners provide solutions to customers on T-Mobile's industry-leading 5G network and award-winning customer care.  The T-Mobile for Business Partner Program frees partners and customers from contracts, overages, and bad service they are used to overpaying for.