Comparison of direct and reverse deductibles: what is more profitable?
Eugene Dobrinin compares two types of franchises — direct and reverse, lists the advantages and disadvantages of each option and explains which one is more convenient and profitable to work…

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How can an entrepreneur choose a tender to participate in
Ivan Gromko, managing partner of Redday production, talks about the options for tenders, stages and procedures for their implementation, and explains what features of the procedure it is important to…

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"Pulled ashore and stunned with a stick", or how to sign a contract on their own terms
Denis Sidenko, business consultant, trainer, talks about the art of negotiations, tactics, rules and techniques that will help the seller not to give up under the pressure of the buyer;…

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An effective tool for converting a “random passer-by” into a buyer

Impulsive purchases are a very common myth. In fact, most purchases (especially when it comes to expensive products) are made by customers consciously. Most people approach the decision to buy consciously. Alexey Milovanov, business coach, owner of the public sales Agency “Public Sale”, talks about the levels of awareness of customers and gives advice on attracting customers
I am skeptical of statements about spontaneous purchases. I will explain why: usually before buying a person for a long time thinks about a possible purchase. This can last a week, a month, or a year. But, in any case, sooner or later, the purchase will be made. For example, there will be ideal conditions-a promotion or other occasion. Continue reading

Weak sales person: “treat”, “teach” or “wet”?

Alexey Krutitsky, CEO of the Training Department, talks about what to do if you find a “weak” employee in your sales Department: how to determine their pain points, whether to train them or just fire them
Remember the eternal triangle: quality, time, price?

Let’s take it one at a time. What does “weak”mean? Not fulfilling sales plans? Not making enough profit? Not lit at work? Few customers return to it for the second and third purchase? Few regular customers? What do we compare it to? Continue reading

Divide and conquer: 4 tips for working with clients in the service business
Maria Zubareva, head of Ingate's customer service Department, shares her professional experience and gives advice on how to improve the process of interacting with clients in the service delivery sector:…

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Pygmalion himself, or how to become the reason for his own promotion
Vedagar Morgunov, a mentor in the field of productive public communication, talks about how to independently increase your own status as a professional by changing or adjusting your image, and…

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How to use the promotion mix if your business is related to distribution
Yuriy Pavlyuk, speaker and consultant on integrated Internet marketing, shares his experience of promoting a distribution company in social networks and using targeted advertising; explains the advantages of the promotion…

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5 secrets of a" selling " resume from the best sellers
Business coach Olga Westendorp gives five useful tips that will help you create the perfect resume: from the message of the candidate's "success" and correct self-presentation to the speed of…

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