Sales is a company wide responsibility to help the frontline sales person capture revenue and keep the buyer financially engaged with the firm.

the ceo magazine, negotiation,
Ray Zinn, Author, Tough Things First, Lessons On Management, Leadership and Entrepreneurialism from Silicon Valley’s Longest Serving CEO

The longest afternoon you will spend is at a four-way stop in a small Southern town. Shared Southern politeness will cause everyone at the intersection to insist the other three people go first.

This is a failed negotiation.

the ceo magazine, advertising,
Dave Marinaccio, Author, All I Really Need To Know I Learned From Watching Star Trek and Admen, Mad Men, and The Real World of Advertising

Advertising is an intrusion. An unwanted interloper. A necessary evil. It’s the price we pay for television production and to hold down the cost of FIOS. It is the intersection of free speech and free enterprise.

Guess how many advertising impressions the average American receives every day? Go ahead, I’ll wait.

the ceo magazine, attract customers,
Aaron Allred, Founder & CEO, Simple Finance

We have conversations with hundreds of retailers every month, and one topic emerges in nearly every conversation: the number of customers leaving a store empty-handed because they didn’t qualify for credit.



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