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Your co-workers have all the luck. They win all the big clients or are constantly closing sales. But, did you ever consider that YOU might be letting these same great buyers slip out of your grasp and pipeline?
What should you do when your prospect starts objecting to your price? Writing for SellingPower, Steve Atlas has a few suggestions.
In a national consumer poll of 10,000 U.S. consumers on their breakfast eating and food-buying preferences released by Instantly, an audience and consumer insights platform provider, data indicates that time is a big factor in making decisions about what to eat for the first meal of the day.
Mark Burns asked for trends and hot topics to follow in the sports industry as well as for predictions about the different niches within sports for 2016 in Forbes. One hundred-plus professionals weighed in with their thoughts across 13 categories, including mobile/technology, legal, business, media, virtual reality, social/digital and others. Participants were asked to give five to 10 sentences.
A new report shows Americans are getting better at smoking less, exercising more and reducing deaths from heart disease, but the past year has also brought an alarming rise in the rate of drug deaths, obesity and diabetes.
According to a Pew Research Center survey, overall, 73% of Americans go online on a daily basis. Along with the 21% who go online almost constantly, 42% go online several times a day and 10% go online about once a day. Some 13% go online several times a week or less often. And in this survey, 13% of adults say they do not use the internet at all.
The winter quarter, which includes the holiday season, generally makes up a slightly larger percentage of retailers’ sales and therefore is especially critical. Unseasonably warm weather is lingering, raising concerns for specialty outdoor gear retailers such as Columbia Sportswear. U.S. sales of boots and winter accessories fell 7% and 10% respectively in November compared with the same month last year, according to Planalytics.