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Launch Sales and Marketing offers an efficient and professional business-to-business sales acceleration system for emerging and mid-sized companies. “We are a results-driven company,” said Launch President Brandt Page. “We want to see results for our clients as well as our own sales professionals.” Launch Sales and Marketing provides phone-based lead generation and qualification, qualified appointment setting, and a full-service sales force to maximize your company’s success. Emerging and established businesses optimize their sales force by using Launch to fill their sales pipelines, increase monthly sales revenue, and to decrease risk and overhead costs. At a time when companies are seeking maximum production from a limited work force, specialization and focus is a crucial factor for success in any business. “We all need to focus on what we do best and hire out the rest,” said Page, “For that reason, Launch was created to help those who can use a team solely focused on sales so that they can focus on their core business.” Since Launch’s inception, they have worked with successful local technology based businesses such as Aculis-IT Acceleration and Zipadi Technologies, among others. Also, strategic partnerships with local businesses such as Sprout Marketing, Alevant, and have proven to successfully grow Launch Sales and Marketing in our troubled economy. The teams at Launch develop a strategic marketing plan, generate and qualify leads, set appointments to fill sales pipelines and close sales deals for their clients. The primary focus of Launch is business-to-business inside sales for technology products and services companies. Visit

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Meeting Professional Goals Through Logistics Recruitment by Mark Doherty

Logistics departments in industries throughout the region are on the lookout for great graduates and experienced professionals to fill their open logistics positions. Turnover in the field is great, considering the many positions open within the field and the fact that increased competition for talented pros means that incentives are constantly increasing for these positions. While there are plenty of job opportunities for logistics professionals in the UK, there are also plenty of corporate barriers to entry for logistics professionals. After all, logistics is the heart and soul of the modern corporation, whose distribution facilities and production plants are often far apart from one another.

The need for logistics professionals means that logistics professionals and graduates looking to enter the field can get their dream job in a timely manner. Logistics is a field which requires great attention to detail, knowledge of the particular industry in question, and a commitment to fulfilling job duties on a daily basis. The graduate or professional who has these skills can meet their professional goals by utilizing logistics recruitment to their advantage.

Logistics recruiters often utilize the Internet as a way of drawing in younger and more technically savvy applicants. Online job sites, company sites, and online trade publications are great venues for recruiters to meet up with the busy professional or graduate. Since logistics positions require a number of general business skills, a potential applicant needs to demonstrate that they are dynamic and capable of picking up on industry information. Logistics applicants should consult with these online recruiting efforts, compile a general understanding of the logistics field, and proceed to speak with recruiters intelligently about potential openings.

Graduates and current university students can meet their early professional goals by using logistics job fairs to their advantage. These fairs, typically held in local auditoriums or university campuses, allow companies from around the UK and Europe to meet directly with graduates interested in logistics jobs. Since logistics jobs cut across a number of industries, a graduate should first choose the industry they want to work within. From there, logistics applicants can speak candidly with recruiters about job opportunities, advancement possibilities, and the life of a logistics professional in their company. Being decisive and understanding at least a little bit about the industry in question, a logistics aspirant can market themselves as a vital piece to a company’s success. In addition, logistics graduates can create a buzz among competing companies at the same job fair.

Mark Doherty is a Director of Alexander Chapel Associates. A specialist sales recruitment company with a focus in IT sales jobs, logistics jobs and supply chain recruitment.

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Sales and Marketing Jobs : Industry Overview

Sales And Marketing Jobs

Sales and Marketing Jobs : Industry Overview