Apartments will not sell themselves, or how to properly process the client
In today's tough competition among developers, the level of professionalism of sales managers in this area plays a key role. Anna Druzyuk gives recommendations on how to properly organize the…

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Comparison of direct and reverse franchises: which is more profitable?
Evgeny 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 to create an effective presentation: 5 simple steps
Rita Komarevich talks about five steps to create a clear, stylish and effective presentation for a webinar, conference or business meeting Creating a presentation for a conference, webinar, or meeting…

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Robots or living people? How customer service will change in the next decade

Elena Stolyarskaya, business coach, customer service expert, talks about the main trends in customer service development in the near future and lists 7 key changes that will affect the online and offline sales
Our life, the world around us, is changing at an incredible speed. Over the past 10 years, humanity has made a quantum leap in the development of technology. What seemed like utopia not so long ago is reality today. Smartphones, social networks, Wi-Fi. For a couple of clicks on the phone, we call a taxi, choose a place to live in another city, order food at home, communicate with friends from anywhere in the world. Everything moves in a spiral of continuous development. Technologies, geopolitics, economic conditions, business formats are changing. Continue reading

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 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 speed of response
Judging by the results of 2018 and the statistics of one of the leading job portals, 5-7 employees in an active job search apply for one vacancy in Russia. When publishing a vacancy, the employer receives dozens of responses: on average, up to 95 responses to one open position. In such a situation, choosing which of the applicants to meet personally at the interview, the companies are guided by the credibility of the resume. Continue reading

Divide and conquer: 4 tips for working with a client in the service business
Maria Zubareva, Head of Ingate Customer Service Department, shares her professional experience and gives tips on how to improve the process of interacting with clients in the field of service…

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2019 presentation design trends that will continue in 2020
Galina Goncharova tells us what trends are relevant for presentations today and, judging by the growing popularity, will remain in 2020 Your "selling" presentation will be one of the 4,000…

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How to love criticism and make your company more creative
Although there is a lot of talk about the benefits of criticism, it is often this word that carries a negative connotation. Dmitry Trepolsky explains how companies can not only…

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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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