Well, here's some good news! Retail Sales Beating Forecasts Support U.S. Growth - Bloomberg.
According to this story, Apple has secured (again) the rights to the name iPad in the Chinese market. What a flipping bargain! It sure seems that Apple's lawyers earned their salaries on this one. $60M is a small price to pay for the ability to sell iPad's into China. With the size of that market, … Continue reading Apple buys a market – again!
We did our annual Christmas Shopping for our immediate family this last weekend. Kids buy presents for the rest of the family, strict $5 per person limit. Actually, $5 per person total spent is the goal, not just a limit. It is not allowed to buy a pack of gum and keep the change... (It's … Continue reading Christmas Shopping
Wal-Mart is looking to strike back at other retailers: Read the story at USA Today Interesting to me: You don't need the product, just the receipts Comparison doesn't include online purchases You get difference back in Wal-Mart gift Cards Almost an 8 week window to watch for pricing I bet they include internet retailers for … Continue reading Wal-Mart’s Christmas Price Guarantee
This is the fourth part of a five part series, diving deeper into individual points from the post : “5 reason’s your product is not at retail” 4 - You have handed off sales to someone... If you've hired a sales manager, sales person, or independent reps, your job is not even close to being done. … Continue reading You have handed off sales to someone…