About Contract Training Edge

Greg Surtman

Greg Surtman

Greg Surtman

President - Contract Training Edge

As President of Contract Training Edge, Greg is committed to helping community colleges, technical colleges, and universities across the United States achieve higher levels of revenue and profitability while helping their local economy thrive.

Throughout his career as Director of Business Development for Cuyahoga Community College and Senior Account Executive for New Horizons Computer Learning Center, Greg was responsible for initiating and growing relationships with strategic accounts in Northeast Ohio. He has more than 16 years of business development experience across several industry sectors.

By driving the right conversations with the right people at the right organizations, Greg conducted over 4,700 sales calls and generated more than $17,000,000 in contract services revenue during this time. His consultative approach focuses on high priority initiatives, develops long term client relationships and a deep understanding of client need, all key ingredients to establishing a sustainable account portfolio.

Greg is excited about entering into the next phase of his career to help Workforce Development, Continuing Education, and Corporate College business units grow their revenue through consulting, training, and coaching activities.

"I have attended a lot of sales training in my 20+ years in sales, but none as targeted and spot on to our industry as Greg delivers! Greg facilitated multiple workshops that were attended by 43 business and industry experts from several technical colleges across the state of Wisconsin.

The workshops provided solutions and tools for creating valuable partnerships, increasing our resources, prioritizing our key product areas and building our contract training pipelines and departments.

I highly recommend Greg Surtman and Contract Training Edge to any contract training organization looking to grow!"

Joan Turba, Business Development Manager
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College