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Facts of sales cold calling!

Facts of sales cold calling!

Cold calls teach you how to ‘fail’ to succeed

Cold calls teach you how to ‘fail’ to succeed

Cold calls teach you how to ‘fail’ to succeed   Here’s a new way to view the cold call: It’s not a way to make sales; it’s an opportunity to learn to sell. You could call it the fail-your-way-to-success method. Here are 12.5 lifetime sales skills you can develop through the fail-your-way-to-success method of cold calling:   You develop a fast opening that grabs attention and gets you to the next step. What can you invent that gets […]

Do you have the right questions to make the sale?

Do you have the right questions to make the sale?

Do you have the right questions to make the sale?   The most important aspect of making a sale is also a major weakness of every salesperson — asking questions. Questions are so critical, you’d think it would be the topic of training every week. Yet salespeople are odds-on favorites to have never taken one training program in the science of asking a question. How critical? The first personal (rapport) question sets the tone for the meeting, and the first […]

Tips for Successful Cold Calling

Tips for Successful Cold Calling

Tips for Successful Cold Calling Cold calling. Even the name is chilling. You’re not alone if you dread the process. In fact, many people consider cold calling the most intimidating aspect of the sales process. Unfortunately, even though cold calling is becoming outmoded thanks to digital technology it is a necessary evil part of selling; if you want to grow your business, you have to contact new prospects. These tips will help you handle cold calls like a pro: […]

Networking basics for small businesses

Networking basics for small businesses

Networking basics for small businesses   Simplicity and functionality should be the guiding principles for designing a small office network setup that meets the needs of your growing company. Remember that networking hardware that fits right now may not keep pace two or three years out, and outgrowing your hardware before it reaches obsolescence is generally thought of as a waste of resources. Knowing the basics about networking hardware is the first step in planning for the appropriate purchase.   Understand the […]

Basic Rules Of Network Planning

Basic Rules Of Network Planning

Basic Rules Of Network Planning   Here are bandwidth estimates for common business activities (per staff or user):   Basic email, 1 Mbps Cloud backup, 2 Mbps Cloud-based services, 5 Mbps Cloud computing, 2 Mbps Data transfer, 2 Mbps Email with attachments, 15 Mbps File sharing, 5 Mbps/500 Kbps General web browsing, 0.33 Mbps/333 Kbps General Wi-Fi use, 1 Mbps High-definition video (HD video), 4 Mbps Instant messaging, 5 Mbps/500 Kbps Online banking and bookkeeping, 2 Mbps Online research […]

Foreign Entity Registration and why you need it

Foreign Entity Registration and why you need it

What is a Foreign Qualification? The last step of incorporating and setting up a company is only relevant to companies which incorporate in states other than the state in which they are physically located or active. In this case, a company will need to file for foreign qualification, which means submitting a document to the state in which they are actually based asking for permission to do business in that state. In other words, if a company is based in […]

SHOULD I INCORPORATE IN DELAWARE OR ILLINOIS?

SHOULD I INCORPORATE IN DELAWARE OR ILLINOIS?

SHOULD I INCORPORATE IN DELAWARE OR ILLINOIS? Many businesses decide to incorporate in Delaware, but new businesses shouldn’t assume that Delaware’s popularity automatically makes it the best place to incorporate. If you’re launching a new Illinois-based business, you should thoroughly understand the pros and cons of incorporating in Illinois versus Delaware before making a decision. Understanding Delaware’s Popularity There’s no denying Delaware’s popularity among corporations. As of April 2014, 65.6 percent of Fortune 500 companies (Don’t forget these are billion […]

Here are few tips before you launch your business in the US

Here are few tips before you launch your business in the US

So, you wanted to start a business in the US? Here are few tips to consider to make it right, the first time!   Our report about how to choose the right company formation, LLC or C-Corporation?: http://startup-port.com/references/considerations-before-you-form-your-company/   The best and worst States to start your business in America: http://startup-port.com/references/the-best-and-worst-states-to-start-your-business-in-the-us/   Can you sell like an American?: http://startup-port.com/references/can-you-sell-like-an-american/   Questionnaire for inbound companies: http://startup-port.com/blog/questionnaire-for-inbound-turkish-companies-planning-on-selling-expanding-or-launching-in-the-us/   Compare cost of living before you start or move your company: http://startup-port.com/blog/compare-cost-of-living-before-you-move-your-startup/   Which […]

What kind of entity should a foreign company have in the US?

What kind of entity should a foreign company have in the US?

The quick answer is that the foreign company should start a U.S. based C corporation. (Here we are taking in consideration a Turkish Company entering the US market) (From Legal and Tax perspective, as advised by our CPAs, Financial Advisors and Legal experts) Foreign companies doing business in the U.S. will either set up as a branch/flow-through or a corporate subsidiary. Branch/Flow-Through  Subject to tax on Effectively Connected Income (ECI) at corporate rate – 21% currently because ECI isn’t […]

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