You know you need to invest in sales and marketing, but how much of your revenue should be committed? A key is understanding that the only reason marketing exists is to make your sales process more efficient.
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The 2018 Market Measures survey, a joint initiative of Concentrate and Swaytech, has found that Kiwi high growth companies have 40% more sales people than non-high growth companies, across all company sizes.
The 2018 Market Measures survey is complete, and we’ve crunched the numbers so that Kiwi tech companies can gain insight into how to grow their business through sales and marketing, by learning from the best.
The ninth annual Market Measures survey of New Zealand hi-tech sales and marketing opened today. Conducted by Concentrate and Swaytech, and sponsored by New Zealand Trade & Enterprise, the study draws data from over 300 New Zealand-based technology companies on their approach to sales & marketing.
To scale our New Zealand tech businesses more effectively we need to enable more sales operatives, working within a systematic approach to generating, nurturing and converting sales opportunities. Here's three things you can do to reboot your sales and marketing.
As the sun sets on 2017, you might be finding your news sites and social media feeds inundated with ‘top’ lists; the top 10 movies of the year, the top 10 Google searches, or the top Twitter trends fo
Over the past eight years Market Measures has built a strong body of knowledge, confirmed some assumptions, and disproved others. The ongoing mission of Market Measures is monitor what is going up and
Kiwi technology needs to sell itself smarter to realise its full potential to become the country’s largest export industry, according to the latest Market Measures report. This article was originally
Kiwi technology needs to start selling itself smarter – and realise its full potential - if it wants to become the nation’s largest export industry. This article was originally published on Techday C
Kiwi tech companies urged to ‘eat more of their own dog food’ when it comes to selling. This article was originally published on Reseller News on 27 November 2017.