Digital vs. Print Collaterals

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Most of the time, your success to earn sales and branding depends on the materials you give out to the public. You probably engaged a Graphic Design Company to create a nice brochure for your business and then used another company delivering printing services Singapore to produce it so that you physically have something in hand. You need to get hold of the right marketing collaterals that can promote your products and services and not break your sales. Now, the question is what materials should you use to capture the attention of the consumers and encourage them to do purchases from you? You are now going to think hardly if you are going for the modern approach and go digital or the traditional way and produce marketing collaterals with the service of a printing company. If it is for a marketing campaign or a specific event you might even think about hiring a professional marketing or events company in Singapore?

Digital vs. Print Collaterals has been a widely-unanswered competition in the marketing world. It remained unsolved and still a mystery because the truth is using both of these materials can help you attract consumers, it just depends on how you are going to use them and who your target audiences are.

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The Importance of Making a Good Impression at a Trade Show

February 20, 2015 by  
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Why You Should Participate in Trade Show

Before I talk about how to have a great trade show event, let’s talk about why you would participate in a trade show in the first place. When you exhibit at a trade you, you are getting in front of a large number prospects and customers in a short period of time. You can create a wonderful first impression when you show and demonstrate your products or services. Trade shows are an important part of product purchasing information for 91% of customers, as sited by Simmons Market Research Bureau in a recent study.  A typical trade show will have 5,000 – 10,000 attendees. You would have 200 or more visitors in one day.  In most cases you would not be able to make that many sales calls in a day. It also opens the door for future communications with the prospects. This is why many companies continue to do it over and over again. Your competition sees this as a chance to garner your prospects and even get your current customers to switch to them.

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Learning sales techniques from the Apprentice?

November 29, 2014 by  
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Learning sales techniques from the Apprentice?
Ah, it’s “Apprentice” season again. No, that doesn’t mean you can reach for a shotgun and bag a couple of arrogant 20 somethings, however tempting the thought. If there’s one thing you can consistently learn from the show it seems to be how not to be a salesperson. But why is the show so good at forming terrible salespeople and what makes for a good one? Can sales training really teach you how to sell or should it come naturally?
Why the lack of empathy, guys?

Sticking a group of competing egotists in a house together for several weeks is hardly the sure-fire way to develop this skill. Empathy needs to be the starting point for every sale; connect with people and you’ve won half the battle. You need a bit of it to start with, but sales training will teach aspiring hopefuls how to maximise it to its full potential.
Stop multi-tasking, you’re supposed to be selling

Focus – to be fair, many of the contestants seem to be focused enough; focused on showing how utterly amazing they are at every possible role imaginable. Good sales people shouldn’t be expected to multi-task, it’s not what they’re built for – they are excellent at focusing on one single thing. Some call it the kill, some call it a sale, but they get things done. Again, ability in this area needs to be inbuilt. Training in sales can help but some people are better at multi-tasking than focus – other roles may suit them better.
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