What if every time people came up with a new product, they also had to devise a completely new way to sell it?
Salesmen of the right calibre were and still are able to generate strong sales.
When a client suggested that Minna Van make cold calls to promote her business, the prospect brought chills.
“It’s so affordable and so viable,” said Robbins, who has leased a 6 –by-8-foot space at $3 per square foot per month for her Femme Fatale Fashions.
Karen Prebys, owner of Connec+ed!, a Greenwood, Ind., business that employs 12 sales reps, says she and her staff mostly meet new clients at trade shows.
So here’s a great way to practice making money: Buy and sell the same thing over and over on Craigslist or eBay.
Dobbertin, 58, of Pennellville in upstate New York, spent almost nine years and $300,000 building the HydroCar.
Two years ago, Davis decided to set up a YouTube account to show videos about her hair-care company, Kinky-Curly Hair Products LLC.
Entrepreneur John Lee thinks the pot business is ready for its own Amazon.com.
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