Copyright (c) 2016 Mr. Inside Sales Many inside sales reps (outside reps, too!) struggle when trying to describe their company, products and services, in a succinct and compelling way that engages a prospect and makes them want to hear more. Instead, a typical opening delivered to an unsuspecting prospect usually sounds more like a monologue meant to repel interest and generate the impulse to get off the phone as soon as possible. I’m sure you’ve been accosted in this way with something like: “Oh hi, this is _______ _______ with ________ and my company, XYZ, is a leader in national and international shipping and freight services with offices in the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Shopify is a service that provides everything you need to set up an online store on your own domain. They do not have a marketplace where you can browse all stores and products. Shopify allows you to create your own website and brand with a unique look rather than being grouped onto a page with a number of other products. The websites built on Shopify are designed with a number of features to help your site rank well in Google and other search engines. For more information on how to generate traffic and improve sales on your website, we have a number of helpful blog articles. You can either sell inventory you […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
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That old saying about the road to hell being paved with good intentions should be the epitaph for the Minority Venture Partnership, an unsuccessful program run by the defunct Philadelphia Commercial Development Corp. that failed miserably to deliver on its promise to create jobs. MVP was created in 1993 using $1.5 million in state money and $500,000 from PNC Bank. Gov. Robert Casey and Mayor Ed Rendell said another $8 million would be raised for the fund within a year, but that never happened. It took 10 years before the agency eventually made $1.25 million in loans, but it was repaid only $225,000. That dashed hopes of using repaid debts […]Continue Reading... No Comments.