How to keep your sales from running out of gas

Graham, John
January 2010
Proofs;Jan2010, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p44
Trade Publication
This article discusses the reasons for the failure of a company to maintain strong sales. It begins with the failure of companies to analyze their best customers and meet their needs. It also indicates the inability to identify and cultivate prospect customers. In addition, the article stresses the need of companies to implement tactics that continue their success and the need for employees with valuable knowledge.


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