Riverside County DA Announces Crackdown On Counterfeit Medicine"Just under 10,000 dosages of various drugs were seized, five criminal cases have been filed," Mike Hestrin said.
How Much Will Starbucks' Closing On Tuesday Cost The Company?How much will closing for a few hours on Tuesday afternoon cost Starbucks? It's a drip in the coffee pot, according to analysis of the company's daily sales haul.
Using A CRM To Create Relationships, Not Just To Close TransactionsContactually Founder Zvi Band has his clients focused on building and keeping customers for life, as well as staying in touch with leads.
The First Sale Is Usually The HardestFive famously wealthy individuals were hard pressed to make their first sale. However, perseverance paid off handsomely.
Close That Deal With These 5 TipsDo some research before making a sales pitch for your small business, including identifying the decision makers in an organization.
Do You Have The Sales Gene?Selling a product where the buyer doesn’t see its necessity or usefulness is exhibiting the antithesis of good salesmanship.
How Can Survey Tools Benefit Your Small Business?Businesses can utilize surveys much more efficiently as they have become much easier to dispense and complete in today's world.
3 Ways Small Businesses Can Benefit From A CRM SystemCustomer relations management can be a great asset in understanding what customers think of your business and improving sales strategies.
The Best Sales Tracking Software For Your Small BusinessUse sales tracking software to help scale your small business up to the next level with one of these three CRM programs.
Diet Coke Adds 4 Flavors To Its Lineup In An Attempt To Boost SalesThe company spent two years developing the popular soda's new look and tested more than 30 flavors before settling on the four.
Revenue Hit Predicted For California's Medical Pot MarketRevenue from the sale of medical marijuana is expected to drop from an estimated $2 billion in 2016 to about $1.4 billion next year, according to a study published this year by the University of California Agricultural Issues Center.