Tag: telesales

AnswerNet Launches Website Promoting Telesales Services

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AnswerNet, the world’s largest telemessaging firm, has launched TeleSalesUS.com—a website devoted to AnswerNet’s business-to-business Targeting, Telesales and Customer Development Services. TeleSalesUS.com is designed to support companies with products and services requiring a long and/or complex sales process. “This is more than just telemarketing,” says AnswerNet’s CEO and President, Gary Pudles. “TeleSalesUS.com is about supporting a client’s complete customer lifecycle. Our sales professionals are thoroughly trained and well-educated in the business-to-business selling process. They know how…

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I Won! Now what?

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Over the past 10 years, AnswerNet Network has been fortunate enough to win the prestigious Inc. 500 award multiple times. It is an awesome feeling to be the CEO or a senior executive of an Inc. 500 company, and the satisfaction that comes from leading an Inc. 500 company is enormous. But it isn’t all about ego. It’s about leveraging the win to help sustain your business’ growth. There are many ways to get benefits…

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The Business Owner Q&A

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By Carolyn West-Price Touhey, Contributing Blogger In a recent meeting with the owner of a new business, he asked questions that I’ve answered thousands of times over the years. Given that these are on the minds of many new and existing businesses, I thought this column would be a perfect venue to answer them for those who may not have the opportunity to ask in person. Q: How do you identify and cost-effectively reach prospective…

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Buy! Sell! Grow!

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One way to start or grow your business is through acquisitions. In some situations, the cost of acquisitions can be less than the cost of generating sales. Furthermore, using an acquisition to start your business can often lessen some of the risk associated with new businesses. Over the last 20 years, I have been involved in the purchase and sale of over 50 closely held and family-owned businesses. In some cases, the transactions were easy…

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