Our Story

10G was created to meet an unfulfilled need - to provide a world-class sales team for small and medium sized businesses. To accomplish this, Patrick assembled a highly experienced team of researchers, marketers, business developers, account managers, and senior salespeople to fill this gap. The 10G team works in an agile environment which lets them move fast and adapt quickly to your needs while also responding to evolving market trends.

The term 10G comes from the maximum amount of force that a fighter pilot can withstand before losing control. So, we named the company 10G because we firmly believe that no matter how far a company has veered in the wrong direction, we can pull them out of the tailspin and get them back on the course to achieving their goals. With years of experience, customized solutions, expert-built technologies, and a team that actually cares, 10G can get you on the fast track to revenue acceleration.

Leadership

Patrick Rhatigan

Founder and CEO

Patrick Rhatigan

Founder and CEO

Patrick started his career in the U.S. by becoming the Head of Growth for an AdTech platform, plzADvize. He led the platform to over $3M in transactions within five months of launch. He then went on to found N.T.R. Consulting where he built custom high performance inside sales and business development engines for an array of companies. When he’s not working on 10G (which lets be honest he’s always doing) you can find him spending time with his wife, dog (daughter) Layla, or playing guitar. The dream.

Nathan Gammie

COO

Nathan Gammie

COO

A Boston native, Nathan started his career as an Engineer in his hometown, but was quickly drawn to San Francisco after a quick work trip in the Bay Area, now he's lived there ever since. Pivoting from Engineering to Sales was an easy transition for Nathan. Applying a (predictably) data driven approach to the sales process enabled him to identify, engage, and close high value clients rapidly. When Nathan’s not taming Patrick’s wildest dreams you can find him taking long walks along the beach (no really), watching copious amounts of comedy, or watching the Patriots. (You can take the boy out of Boston…)

Benjamin McWilliams

Head of Tech Training

Benjamin McWilliams

Head of Tech Training

Over the past decade in San Francisco technology companies including Airbnb and Genesys, Ben has focused on delivering industry leading tooling and processes that enable users to efficiently complete great work. Ben is passionate about examining and optimizing business processes end to end, and leveraging Salesforce and other enterprise software to tailor custom solutions to meet business needs. As a Business Systems Analyst at Airbnb, Ben gained experience in team leadership, project and program management, requirements gathering, business systems analysis, and building custom tools to solve complex business cases on Salesforce and other enterprise platforms. Ben studied Business Administration at the University of Vermont and currently resides in Portland Maine with his wife, Christine, and his needy mastiff, Leo.

Curtis Ropp

Head of Strategic Training

Curtis Ropp

Head of Strategic Training

Curtis has spent over a decade bridging the gap between strategy, sales and marketing to not only increase profits but to do it efficiently. He is known as a visionary sales leader known for his creativity and out of the box approach. His focus is on connecting the dots between product/service conception all the way to the consumer. Curtis experience spans from developing sales and marketing programs, leading business development and building best-in-class customer success teams across a multitude of industries. In addition to selling a point-of-sale company with his business partners in 2013, Curtis also helped found OutboundWorks and sits on several Advisory Boards for Bay Area software start-ups. He attended New York University where he studied Philosophy and currently resides in the Bay Area with his wife Tanya, son Calvin and Vizsla named Rózsa.

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