Nine Ways To Disrupt An Industry And Make Way For Innovation

by Forbes Technology Council Republished from Forbes, August 9, 2018 Disrupting current industries seems to be the most effective method for paving the way for innovation. Technology can help do that, and it can do so in just about every industry imaginable. Disruption changes the way things are and gives us a glimpse as to the way things might be. We asked members of…

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Executing An Experience: Maintaining Brand And Product Quality On An International Scale

by Sloan Kamenstein Republished from Entrepreneur, July 8, 2018 When we made the strategic decision to expand our brand internationally in 2015, we recognized that doing so required an in-depth look at how we were going to maintain the Sloan’s Ice Cream experience in markets that were, at the time, wholly unfamiliar and thousands of…

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Forget That Product You’re Working On. What’s Really Going to Sell in the Future Is … Services.

Today’s consumers value their time more than ever. With the proliferation of on-demand apps, there is virtually no need to wait in lines or even to leave your house if you’re that much of a homebody.

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Why Adding Another Salesperson Isn’t Always the Answer

When you think about the fastest way to grow your small business, there are a couple paths that probably come to mind: hire for sales and explore acquisition opportunities. If acquisition isn’t in the cards, then maybe you’re just relying sales.

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Sales And Marketing Alignment Often Fails For B2B Companies — Here’s How To Fix That

Aligning sales and marketing has become common practice as a business strategy, improving the dialogue between two separate departments of a business for improved results all around. But I often have clients approach me with the same problem: regardless of a seamless relationship between their sales and marketing strategies, they still find that there are not enough successful sales being generated from their leads.

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