Counting on the numbers game for real sales

June 2002
Cabinet Maker;6/14/2002, Issue 5291, p5
Trade Publication
Describes how most companies judge their salespeople. Percentage of people who enter a furniture store and buys a product; Importance of conversion rates to the success of any retail outlets; Suggested approach on dealing with consumers.


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