Raymond’s background includes accounting, recruitment and IT management before founding Kyloe Partners five years ago. Kyloe partners aim to optimise their client’s use of Bullhorn to reduce costs and speed up the process to drive sales.
In this episode Raymond talks us through the challenges of running a business in Orkney, which is a remote and isolated island to the north of Scotland. He shares his experience of how he built the business and how things progressed to where they are today. Raymond also sheds some light on what it’s like the be a Bullhorn partner, including the benefits he has found when building his own professional network, meeting prospects and attending events.
We recently spoke to Brandy to find out how she has adapted to remote work and how using CloudCall has allowed her to remain connected with the rest of the team.
Brandy joined CloudCall’s marketing team in 2020, working in the Boston office, however, since the start of lockdown she has been working remotely. Her experience of working within a team based across the Atlantic Ocean has put her in a position of experience when it comes to collaborating with colleagues without seeing them in person. Read More
Ask yourself: Would your sales team perform without any marketing collateral?
As consumers the way we intake information has changed. People now crave visual stimulants. Marketing collateral provides sales teams with the ammunition they need to support their sales pitch and visualize the benefits to the prospect. Whether it’s a short product video, PDF or printed brochure, everyone wants to see it.
It’s a given that a sales team plays a pivotal role in the growth of a company by building trust and fulfilling customer needs. Marketing’s role is to explain to your audience who you are and why they should be interested in what you offer. In today’s world, can one exist without the other?
We’ve always known that creating quality content is key for any business. At CloudCall, we like to share our knowledge and ideas about what strategies have worked effectively for us, what issues we have come across and how we have resolved them. The fact that our business caters to different industries has also ensured that our knowledge is ever-growing, providing us with the right resources and ideas that we use to help our customers and prospects drive their businesses forward.
There has always been a belief that if you work better, you’ll get more time and have a more productive day. In fact, there are a lot of tips and tricks offered by many sites, experts and businesses that can help you get the most out of your day. But what if it’s not about the things that you do, but the tools that you use that can help?
Having never attended Dreamforce before, I’m not entirely sure what to expect. I’ve been told by colleagues who have been to Dreamforce, about the scale of the event and have already been warned that I should manage my time wisely. Having had a look at the agenda and the available sessions on www.salesforce.com/dreamforce, I can see why.