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Adjust your Storage Container Business to the Next Normal

We’ve been speaking with container companies about the state of business lately. Whether they’re doing well right now or not, many are struggling to wrap their heads around what changes they need to make to stay successful in 2020 and beyond. For instance, some long-time local dealers are used to on-site appointments where they can …

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modular-building

The Top 3 Modular Building Associations

If you are a professional in the modular building industry, becoming a member of a modular association can be pivotal to your business growth. Modular associations can provide you with new business opportunities, keep you in the loop of important industry reports and updates, provide networking opportunities for your company, and more. Nowadays, becoming a …

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digital-marketplace

Why Using a Digital Marketplace To Sell is the “Next Normal”

It’s no secret that the future of B2B sales is changing. Business-to-business interactions are largely moving to a remote space in 2020, and buyer behavior is shifting accordingly. All of a sudden sales teams are being forced to change the way they engage prospective buyers.  Industry leaders agree that the next big step in terms …

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email-marketing

Why Using a Simple Email Drip Campaign Will Help you Win New Business

Wouldn’t it be amazing to have an extra employee that… Helps you sell and contact leads Saves you hours of work each day Works 24/7 Doesn’t take breaks Does exactly what you ask Always executes perfectly And costs only $20-$200 a month (for most businesses)? Well, you have that resource at your disposal and that …

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selling

Are your prospects REALLY looking for a “local supplier”?

Having been operating in the B2B space for over a decade, we’ve learned a thing or two about buyer behavior. Every so often, one of our suppliers will tell us they’re frustrated with buyer objections to what they have to offer. Maybe it’s “your price is too high” or “your delivery is not quick enough.” …

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