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InfoTrends Provides Business Development Track for the Third Year ar the EFI Connect Worldwide Users' Conference

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Weymouth, MA - InfoTrends is pleased to announce its participation at EFI’s Annual Worldwide Users’ Conference which will take place January 19-22 in Las Vegas, NV.

InfoTrends will present four sessions which are designed to help owners, sales managers, marketing managers and sales representatives grow their business in wide format, web-to-print, and related value-added graphics services. These sessions will be led by Barb Pellow, Group Director at InfoTrends, and Kate Dunn, Director at InfoTrends and include:

  • Building a Strategic Marketing Plan
    A strategic marketing plan powers profitable business growth. Participants will learn the essential steps to building an effective marketing plan and will leave with a strategic plan outline that can get them started on retooling their business. If business growth is not meeting your expectations, this workshop should get you moving in the right direction.

  • The Drive for Market Growth
    There are a number of industry trends and market dynamics that will impact your business. This session will discuss growth opportunities, what’s hot and what’s not, and why. InfoTrends will share options for service providers based on extensive primary research, and look at the continuing impact of emerging technologies including online, mobile devices and social media. You will hear about application areas where service providers can easily transition their offerings to reap new revenue streams. You will learn about the evolving inter-relationship between print and digital products and gather ideas for transforming your business to align with these growth opportunities. 

  • The Sales Differentiation
    Sixty percent of customer loyalty is a result of not what you sell but how you sell it. Your prospects have changed the way they buy. Failure to transform your sales process results in decreasing margins and increasing attrition. Learn how your new sales process can help you differentiate your company, win more business and increase loyalty.

  • A Seven Step Plan for Sales Success
    Failing to plan is planning to fail. We’ve all heard it before and yet most companies have loose or non- existent plans to manage their sales organization. Whether one rep or fifty, winning companies have thorough plans that help them find new business, sign new accounts and achieve their sales goals. Learn how manage your sales organization now and build a foundation for success for the future.

For more information or to register, please visit http://www.efi.com/connect/.

 

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