Who follows the progress of the advertising campaign during the holidays
It depends on who is responsible for promoting your business-you run ads yourself, have a specialist in the state, work with a freelancer or with an Agency. In the first…

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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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5 commandments of the sales Department, or how to grow strawberries
Irina Narchemashvili, financial Director of ATManagement Group, lists five rules for effective organization of the sales Department - from dividing the functions of managers and paying salaries based on the…

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“Give Mark money!” Or How Facebook’s advertising appetites have changed

Last year, the head of Facebook changed the company’s mission. Instead of “uniting families and friends” it was “creating a global social infrastructure”. Thus ended the ideological transformation of a cozy site for like-minded people into a transnational giant. But in fact, the spirit of a large corporation haunted the social network since the hostel of Mark Zuckerberg. In the article we will tell how the advertising appetites of the company grew over these 15 years
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Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly emphasized that he did not create Facebook for money. However, the monetization of the project began quite quickly. Already in the year of foundation of the social network, he launches the Flyers project. 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 provision: why it is important to hire a separate specialist to collect debts, who should be entrusted with the sales and how not to get bogged down in routine operations
It happens that a client has worked with you for many years, became a friend and brother, and then turned around and went to competitors. And then another, and more. In this situation, it is logical to check the entire business process, starting with the quality of the service provided and ending with communications. But what to do when you have a great product and team, but the customers leave anyway? Continue reading

How I sold cookies to the Russian Army, kindergartens, and major network operators

A businesswoman from Khabarovsk bought a tiny line for the production of cookies. I found a recipe, gathered a team and cheerfully got down to business. And after a couple of months, I realized that one enthusiasm is not enough-no one buys cookies. Stanislav Matushevich tells how he got involved in this business, toured the city and surrounding villages, visited dozens of thresholds and brought the manufacturer a contract with a large network for a million
Hi, my name is Stas. I originally wrote this material together with DaData.ru — the service helps businesses get the most out of customer data. But in the end, this article is not about data, but about patience Continue reading

One against all: from October 1, the company can sue thousands of consumers
Not for long did the music play: not for long did developers "throw" their shareholders, services-car owners, and banks-borrowers. On October 1, 2019, Law No. 191-FZ of the civil procedure…

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"Dead season" in fitness - experience of overcoming the World Gym network
Olga Kiseleva explains how the fitness center can overcome the "dead season", explains where to look for ideas and why you should not abuse the "hot" offers Business in many…

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"Dead season" in fitness - experience of overcoming the World Gym network
Olga Kiseleva explains how the fitness center can overcome the "dead season", explains where to look for ideas and why you should not abuse the "hot" offers Business in many…

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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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