How can marketers remain competitive and drive value for their business? How can they stay relevant in 2021?
A second wave is real, and with it comes risk factors for your business. Here is how to prepare your business for the second wave.
While everyone’s distracted and scared during the COVID-19 pandemic, should you stop selling?
The market is evolving so quickly that brand consultants barely know what will happen in the next six days, let alone the next six months.
From packed yellow buses to doorbuster deals, staples of back-to-school marketing this year are sparse as the coronavirus pandemic casts a dark cloud over one of the biggest sales events for retail marketers.
If you knew for certain there would be a second wave in 2020 with another lockdown, how would you proceed? What steps would you take right now?
The Covid-19 pandemic is making it tougher than ever to make a sale. Customers are slashing budgets and postponing projects, and purchase decisions traditionally made by managers require executive approval. Breaking the veil of indecision and uncertainty requires a decisive sales strategy.
As companies adopt new ways of working quickly, executives are taking new approaches to decision making and ways of working.
The sales industry saw one of the biggest shifts due to the travel ban and lockdown imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic
How can you pivot and promote your business cost-effectively without breaking the bank?
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