Archive for February 6, 2014
Our nation is home to about 23 million small businesses, and they employ more than half of the American workforce. Though each is somehow different from the others, what many do have in common is a need for financial assistance in some way. About 16% of all loans taken out in the U.S. are for business use only, though they’re taken out for a variety of reasons. A third of American small businesses cite “unpredictable business conditions” as their motivation for taking out a small business loan, and nearly a quarter blame poor or slow sales. Still another 63% pursue business loans as cash flow solutions. It is this last portion
For the most part, successful businesses have good website design services. When a consumer visits a website, he or she wants to be able to navigate easily between pages and experience a website that appears to have been made with effort. Unsurprisingly, about half of all internet users consider a poorly designed business website to be a result of a lack of effort by the company.
As such, the business of web design is a fairly popular and influential one. As a component of internet marketing, website design matters because people aren’t going to spend time surfing through a website that doesn’t provide good content on their website or has a poorly designed, difficult
The American small business is alive and well. About 23 million exist in the U.S., accounting for more than half of all domestic sales. Small business owners in the U.S., 42% of whom started their first ventures during childhood, are faced with a number of challenges, not the least of which is obtaining funding. The need to obtain a small business loan is not always indicative of a financial struggle, though 15% of small businesses do claim to have trouble obtaining credit or loans. Many others look for business expansion loans in order to grow businesses that are already successful.
There are many circumstances that precipitate business loan application, though so
A career in sales is hardly the safest or most secure career path. For the most part, even a job in sales is not secure, as sales people are required to meet their quotas. With that said, a recruiting firm can make hiring sales reps a whole lot easier, because they know what to look for.
Recruiting firms screen and place sales representatives with companies, managing the entire process from start to finish. There are even executive recruitment firms that can deal with hiring upper level management an executives in a company.
Since the majority of what a sales rep does involves communic
Of all the sales professionals in North America, roughly 40 percent will miss quota, 22 percent are untrainable, and only about 10 percent will actually provide a return on investment. With that said, hiring sales people is a slippery slope. You never know exactly what you are going to get with a sales person, but there are some things that can make a sales person successful. For instance, charisma, adaptability, confidence, and enthusiasm all go a long way to making a sales person successful.
Research has shown that only about 20 percent of sales leads are ever followed up. Importantly, recruitment firms can make hiring sales people easier. There are even recruitment firms that deal with executive search and selection, but those executive search and selection groups deal explicitly with hiring upper le