Born after 1996, Generation Z already represents $44 billion in discretionary spending and are an interesting blend of the traditional and the nonconformist. Steve Wilson explains the key characteristics that make up Gen Z and how brand marketing and retail will need to shift to appeal to them.
Cold calling might have a bad reputation, but there are ways to be successful during this early stage of the sales process.
In retail, the customer engagement process is even more critical today to close the deal on a purchase. That’s why personalized sales solutions are crucial to your bottom line.
Compiling comprehensive data from internal and external resources provides an opportunity to maximize conversion rates, grow new markets, launch new products, and leverage your marketing dollars.
Studies show that in the age of webrooming, brick and mortar home improvement retail is still relevant and needs better customer service to drive sales.
Most organizations try to hire salespeople following the same methodologies they follow when hiring non-sales related roles. You can’t effectively fill open sales roles using these traditional routes.
In today’s B2B world, CEOs are beginning to see marketing strategy as a key differentiator for their business and are looking to marketing for demonstrable revenue contribution.
A recent Frost & Sullivan study showed that by 2020, omnichannel customer experience is projected to overtake price and product as a key brand differentiator.
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