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Invest in Finland

Finland is the next big thing in innovation and success stories, with many of them scripted to
perfection by Government agencies based here. These are the likes of Helsinki Business
Hub and TEKES bringing about a leading band of partnership along with PrEver.
PrEver has a long time tie-up with these agencies and can help businesses needing R&D and
growth solutions to set up their base in this Nordic country. It has helped funding and
nurturing various Startups and SMEs that have an innovative product or solution.
Finland is a land of innovation and is seen to have spawned a number of advancements in
technology. These include novel ideas such as harvesting electricity from wood pellets, which
is a great leap and reclusive to the conventional forms of generating electricity that are a bio-
hazard.
Also, the land is incumbent to a host of policies facilitating tolerance by the prevalent
Government. This ambiance created by the political establishment precludes any insurrection
of corruption or red tape too. Finland being the least corrupt country in the world, ranking in
the top four with Denmark, New Zealand and Sweden, makes investing here an added
advantage.

Be a part of the Finland exodus from India and register to a Gala event in Bengaluru with
keynote address, speeches by prominent people in the funding agencies and PrEver.

Bad Habits Sales People Should Avoid

datacom-connect-presents-andy-paul-going-bald-simple-sales-habits-that-amp-up-your-sales-11-638Introduction

Sales is a dynamic world wherein it calls for enthusiasm in the concerned person’s life. They should be good at social responsiveness and get along with people. However good they may be at their profession, some sales people have bad habits too.

What are the bad habits?

Let’s look at the bad habits that sales people are susceptible to:

  1. Quoting unearthly prices A sales person should always be conscious of the price he quotes for a product. He should never disclose it when the prospective customer is unconvinced of the quality features of his product. An unreasonable price can put a lead off from buying your product. More so, a product that has less privileged features can be approached to the prospective customer with a wholly different tactic- its price can be revealed.
  2. Cold calling Avoid calling your prospect repeatedly with the same tone or proposal. It may not work out as the person at the other end has the same product with him or is uninterested in buying it for a host of reasons.
  3. Right moment Do not call the prospect during irritable or inconvenient moments. This could be driving during rush hour or such, end of the month, running errands for their family. The best time could be asked from themselves. Preferences should be respected.
  4. Waiting fingers crossed The world has a factor called inertia. So, whenever someone sets out to do the thing he wishes, he does it unless an effort is put into it. Waiting for the deal to be closed or finalized is not always wise. Just begin putting in your efforts and follow up. Persistence works.

Conclusion It would be wise if sales people take heed of these undermining habits and incorporate an accommodating strategy in their work. This works!