How to succeed in sales? Here are the 18 characteristics, habits, skills, and techniques of successful salespeople that get results!
Learn customer retention strategies, importance of retention, and how to build customer loyalty through customer growth by Moeed Amin
“An idea is only as good as how your target audience perceives it to be. Before investing too much money in your innovation, make sure you are on target and conduct useful concept testing research.” Shailesh Ganeriwala
“To successfully run a business, you need a business coach to help you: 1. Create a business model. 2. Attract new customers. 3. Serve and retain customers. 4. Understand financial decision-making including pricing, cash flow, expenses, purchases and other key financial decisions.” Kaka Singh
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has provided us with a new tax landscape that includes a host of opportunities but also a number of traps for the unwary. The following is a summary of how tax reform may impact your business along with our insights on tax planning
Throughout my life, situations have arisen that have ignited a passion within me to make a change.” That is the essence of entrepreneurship for those who are in it to win it.” – Rose Salem-Tilford
The key to making an irresistible sales offer is to establish a perceived value that’s higher than the price you charge for your product.
Firing an employee is one of the most stressful things an empathetic leader must do. Startup CEO Fletcher Wimbush has a solution for the pain.
Business meetings are integral to daily operations. However, we can make it productive and fun. Try this framework to conduct effective meetings: 1. Pre-Session.
“As an entrepreneur, your introspection must include an evaluation of how your potential stakeholders perceive you.” Deryck Jordan
“An entrepreneur’s biggest fault is refusing to invest in their business and themselves. Keep in mind that a good CEO doesn’t do everything – they do what they are good at and hire others to help with the rest.” Jenny Hale
Professionals, students, and others may find networking difficult, but the appropriate tool and coach can make networking easier. This article describes the challenges faced by networking professional Nancy Chin-Wagner as she started her networking firm after growing up in a rural town with limited networking chances. When Nancy first arrived to Boulder, Colorado, she had no friends. She could only meet people through participating in organizations like the Chamber of Commerce, hiking and literature clubs, and many other activities. Her motivation to start her own business was motivated by a deep desire to help others communicate successfully.