MarketSource President Rick Haviland CES 2017 Interview

by Lauren Godinez

Each year, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) showcases the latest trends and creations from the consumer tech industry. All of these involve products that need to be sold, versus bought. That’s where MarketSource offers brands the “human touch” that helps customers feel confident that they’re gaining a solution to a need, not just making a purchase.

MarketSource President Rick Haviland was interviewed at CES 2017 by TWICE Editor Jamie Sorcher, to discuss the impact that consultative sales and better customer engagement can have on consumer electronics sales.

Watch the interview:

You can learn more about why outsourcing offers a great solution in MarketSource’s latest eBook, “Why Outsource?”

MarketSource’s sales teams deliver more than $6 billion in revenue for many of the most well-respected brands in the world and a diverse mix of forward-thinking small- and medium-sized businesses. Learn more about this topic and MarketSource’s Proprietary Process, Empowered People, and Proven Performance, by contacting us today.

 

Topic: Retail

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lauren Godinez is Digital Content and Social Media Specialist - Retail for MarketSource. Her digital outreach campaigns have helped engage consumers and drive thought leadership thru her impactful content strategies. She brings her expertise in digital marketing and B2B writing to MarketSource.

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