"You can't be afraid, sell!", or how to motivate a dissatisfied customer to re-purchase
Tatiana Merkulovich, head of the Rookee customer service Department, shares tips on how to minimize the damage from the customer's negative impressions of the product or service, and provides specific…

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5 secrets of the "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 “success” of the candidate and the right self-presentation to the…

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How to successfully participate in tenders: 5 rules for entrepreneurs
Arthur Kurbanov talks about five rules for entrepreneurs who want to participate in the tender procurement system: from recommendations to carefully study customer documents and terms of reference to purely…

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Customers make calls but don’t buy: what to do?

Often, in pursuit of compliance with stringent corporate standards, we switch to the language of formal and template expressions. This is correct from the point of view of corporate culture, but does it make communication with clients more effective? Vladimir Yakuba, Sales, Leadership and HR Trainer, identifies three main blocks of errors that make communication difficult and do not help increase sales
Do you have situations when customers call but don’t buy for some reason? It seems that the product is good, and the prices are adequate, but still “Think”? People often come to me for training with such a problem, and my experience shows that most often the matter is in the incorrect construction of the dialogue. Today we will consider the main mistakes made by managers and leaders during negotiations. Continue reading

5 myths about transport companies that should not be trusted

There are many organizations operating in the international transport and customs logistics market: small or large, owned by individual entrepreneurs or holdings. Each company advertises and promotes its competitive advantages. But when the arguments are real “advantages” that affect the cost and speed of work, and when it’s just a marketing move in pursuit of the client? We offer you a brief tour of the world of logistics to dispel the illusions created by logistics operators
Myth 1. Having your own vehicle is guaranteed to reduce the time and cost of delivery

The classic logic of this statement is approximately the following: “If a company owns cars, it does not need to contact third-party organizations or adjust to their schedule. Continue reading

“No legs - no cartoons”, or How a business refuses to serve 40 million potential customers
Emma Kairova describes the issue of the low level of business attention - small and large - to the problem of access for people with limited mobility to the entire…

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“No legs - no cartoons”, or How a business refuses to serve 40 million potential customers
Emma Kairova describes the issue of the low level of business attention - small and large - to the problem of access for people with limited mobility to the entire…

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"Irradiated business": how radiation treatment prolongs the life of goods
We talk about the practice of radiation exposure of products-tea, sausages, etc. - to protect against microbes and mold; explain how this affects the health of consumers and the shelf…

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Digitalization or death: how Russian retailers fit into the new realities of trade
Venera Shaydullina talks about the digitalization trends of electronic and offline trading, cites the 5 most promising technologies that will have a strong impact on e-commerce in the near future,…

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