Brian Nordli
Associate Editor at Built In
Expertise: Editing, Reporting, Writing.
Education: University of Missouri

Brian Nordli is a Built In associate editor for the expert contributor network, where he edits articles on data science, software engineering, machine learning and more. Prior to joining Built In in 2018, he has worked as a staff reporter for the Las Vegas Sun and Reno Gazette-Journal, as well as a freelance reporter in Chicago.

Nordli holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri and has 11 years of reporting experience, during which time he’s written about everything from the tech industry to breaking news and general interest features. His feature story on the re-integration of elk into Missouri was named a Hearst Enterprise Reporting finalist in 2011.   


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Getting into tech sales isn’t impossible. It just requires a little creativity.
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The best relationship sellers don’t charm buyers — they listen to them.
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Uncover the customer’s problem first, and then dig deeper.