Whether you’re in the healthcare industry or not, it’s always helpful to be upfront with your pricing. Price transparency gives consumers a clear understanding of their financial obligations before moving forward, which is especially important in the medical field.
In a perfect world, your sales team would run effortlessly. You would hire only the best salespeople with the top sales records. They would know exactly what they were doing at all times. They would keep track of cutting edge lead conversion and collaboration tools, and deliver consistent results.
The wedding industry is huge in the U.S. The average cost of a wedding is $26,000. That means that vendors everywhere across the country are making out on nuptials.
All told, the wedding industry is over $50 billion. That’s a whole lot of confetti, and smart companies are willing to go after all the little pieces.
How is your business leveraging social media to drive sales? Oh, it’s not?
Well, now is the time to get onboard the social media train to success.
These days, it seems like almost everyone is on social media in one way or another and social media companies continue to refine how their platforms can be used by businesses to drive revenue.
Look…there’s no easy way to put it…as of October 2015, the United States economy is still in a state of flux.
While news reports tout record levels of the stock market, the truth is that the average American consumer is still squeezed to the limit and business owners are still scratching their heads while trying to figure out how to fix things.
Almost everyone loves a good joke, but should humor be used in your sales training? Well, it depends.
First, humor is not universal. This means that what’s funny to you may not be funny to someone else. Secondly, your brand’s identity may be at risk when you encourage humor in sales training.
As an attorney, you know that there are many moving pieces when it comes to running a successful practice.
Aside from time spent in court, you’re reviewing documents, collaborating with clients, communicating with local officials, discussing scheduling with paralegals, and more.