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Tips for staying productive & connected when working from home during COVID-19

Working from home during COVID-19? As you have now discovered, working from home comes with a few challenges. We have put together a guide with some practical ideas on how the SalesEvolve team have been staying productive and staying connected, including: Establish Short Term and Long Terms Goals Set Up Your Home Office Have the […]

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Common Sales Issues in Manufacturing – Part 4: Customer Strategy

Shifting focus from internal to external. We’ve talked about internal issues that a lot of companies need to resolve. It’s now time to talk about external factors. Moving into customer strategy, like we’ve mentioned before, the strategy needs to shift from reactive to proactive. Companies need to turn their focus outward instead of wait for […]

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Common Sales Issues in Manufacturing – Part 3: Solving Sales Inhibitors

Previously we’ve discussed how the manufacturing sales cycle has changed and what effective team management looks like. Continuing our series, we’re focusing on the reps themselves. Their methodologies and practices may require updating or, at least, evaluating to ensure they can be the best rep possible. In our experience, we’ve found common inhibitors to sales […]

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Common Sales Issues in Manufacturing Part 2: Management

In our last post, we discussed how the sales cycle has evolved and what manufacturing companies can do to adapt. It’s time to review some observations we’ve made after working with various manufacturing companies and their company wide sales process. We will focus on Team Management and interdepartmental interaction in this segment. Sales Team management […]

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Common Sales Issues in Manufacturing – Part 1

At SalesEvolve, we often work with manufacturing companies. Selling today is different than it was a decade ago and many manufacturing companies struggle to adapt. Why are sales methods that were once successful no longer working? What can be done to resolve these problems while minimizing disruption to the organization’s bottom line? Before reading on, […]

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How to increase sales & become a sales oriented organization

 At SalesEvolve, we help businesses of all sizes and maturity that are spread across many different industries. From manufacturing and high tech solution companies to professional services and environmental firms, our understanding of their sales struggles continues to grow. With all this exposure and experience, we see trends emerging that can often transcend the boundaries […]

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3 Ways to Improve Customer Experience

 “You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work back toward the technology – not the other way around.”            Steve Jobs – May 1997 There’s no doubt that customer experience has become a common priority that has been the topic of many a strategy meeting. Many businesses think they […]

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SMART Goals in Sales

Goal setting is such an important part of the work we do in business and especially in sales. The best way to set goals is to start by using the SMART principles of goal setting. SMART goals is a simple method that gives you a proven format and a much better chance of following through […]

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Understanding the key to better sales

Driving sales is important for any organization. From lead generation and appointment setting, to closing deals and opportunities, sales are responsible for an organization’s revenue. Regardless of where an company stands, it always looks to get better sales. With all the tips, tricks, and guides to improving sales out there, it all boils down to […]

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Embrace Technology in your Inside Sales Strategy

What is inside sales? The history of the term “inside sales can be traced back to the late 1980s as an attempt to differentiate “telemarketing” (or from the more nuanced “high-touch,” phone-based business-to-business (B2B) selling practices. By the late 1990s into the early 2000s, the term inside sales was used to separate the practice of […]

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