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Marc Cote, Certified FocalPoint Business and Executive Coach, Area Representative of New England & So Florida is looking for talented business professionals that would make great business and executive coaches

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HAVE OTHERS LOOKED TO YOU AS A TRUSTED BUSINESS ADVISOR?
Do you have a passion to bring the best out of others? Then you might just make a great FocalPoint business and executive coach!

In these tough economic times, it is more important than ever to save money on fuel costs. There are many ways to do this, and some of them may be surprising. The following blog will outline a few simple steps that everyone can take to reduce their fuel expenses.

 

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1) Drive Less

 

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For over 25 years, the Gary Waldron & Associates (GWA) Business Development Course has been provided to some of the largest global companies in the Fortune 500.  Frabul, LLC has partnered with GWA to make their sales training program available to small businesses.  Focusing on the "how to" of ten critical areas of Business Development, attendees will gain practical knowledge that can be put to work immediately to improve sales…

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Mike Carlson of Radius Executive IT Solutions has for over a decade been a motivated sales and technology leader, holding a proven track record in a highly competitive commercial environment.

"I take a consultative approach to solution selling, while being able to effectively communicate to a diverse audience including small business owners, employees, to C-suite top executives. I am passionate about technology and increasing…

There is nothing better than a refresh in the office. It’s been two years since the start of the pandemic and while COVID hasn't gone anywhere, the world is doing its best to get back to normal as much as possible. One of the things that business owners all over the world are doing right now is getting their offices ready for people to return to them. Offices gather a lot of wear and tear over the years and yours is going to be no different. 

 

All of that wear and tear takes a toll and you need to look at your office like a project to be completed. There will come a day…

It's no secret that keeping your customers happy is key to a successful business. Satisfied customers are more likely to return, refer others, and leave positive reviews. However, it can be especially challenging to keep your customers happy in the business-to-business world. They are more likely to be critical of your products or services and may have high expectations. In this blog post, we will share some top tips on keeping your customers happy and maintaining a successful business!

The hospitality industry is a competitive one, and if you want to be successful, you need to create a comfortable atmosphere for your customers. A bar is no exception! In this blog post, we will discuss four ways to make your customers feel at home in your establishment. Keep reading to learn more!

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1) Keep the Lighting Soft

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There are many methods by which to ensure your company standards are met, from now into the future. One method involves constantly reviewing metrics that define if those standards are being hit. For some, this might involve making sure you’re hitting quotas, that staff retention is at acceptable levels, and that the public-facing reviews your…

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March 22, 2022 | 11:00AM ET

Join our webinar and learn about the latest market trends and how IOvations and Check Point protects customers from the most advanced, never seen before ransomware attacks.

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Insights into the current market landscape A CISO’s perspective already using the service How to protect your organization from attacks with MDR services key…

The Challenge of Bringing Quality Products To The Market

 

Every year, approximately 30,000 new products are launched. Unfortunately, only 5% will manage to be successful. But, more importantly, many product projects crash even before the product is ready to make it to market. According to the Marketing Research Association, only 40% of developed products land on the market. Yet out of these 40% market-ready products, only 60% of them generate any revenue at all. 

 

In other words, creating quality products that will earn the approval of your audience group…