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Sales people

The honest truth if to grow sales

Arguably sales are important growing a business. Read more on sales hear. However, there are several reasons why you shall spend substantial time nursing the entire business if you would like to grow sales. Not only the sales team or key customer relationships:

Yahoo was the king of internet, what the f-ck happened?

Excuse the heading but that’s how it feels. During the early years of internet in the mid-late 1990’s Yahoo was quite something. Together with Netscape it was the world’s new and hot user-friendly web directory used to access the internet, and it had come to market with a really cool name. To many, Yahoo and Netscape…
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Selling industrial IoT can be challenging

After several interesting meetings the last couple of weeks with founders, CEO’s and technical directors of small- and mid-sized industrial companies here are some notes on the most pressing topic I picked  up –  the challenge of landing sales contracts.

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Machine technology, invest or not to invest

The machinery and equipment manufacturing industry is Germany’s second largest industry by level of turnover; attaining €212 billion in 2014. More interestingly the turnover level has increased by about 70% throughout the last decade while employment is not at all increasing at the same rate.

Why King, the $5.9 billion gaming factory, opens a second creative LAB in Stockholm

King shareholders has just recently been offered a whopping $5.9 billion for this Stockholm based unicorn. Activision Blizzard, the French owned U.S. video gaming company behind games like World of Warcraft and Call of Duty seemingly has decided it need to go mobile.

Why digital and new customer behavior is not another tech bubble

GE’s CEO Jeff Immelt recently stated in a post in the Business Insider UK: “Let’s finally end the debate over whether we are in a ”tech bubble. There has been talk of a bubble going back to 2011 and it continues to rage today.