We love developing company-wide revenue programs that reinvigorate and reenergize the sales staff across the board. Our proven revenue programs not only bring millions to the table, but also dozens of new active accounts!
Create a buzz for your individual newspaper with our one week focused sales event! We bring our energetic sales team to you for one week and create an incredibly enthusiastic environment that will bring increased revenue right to your door! Oh, and as an added bonus your sales staff will be receiving on the job “experiential” sale straining from our professional sales team.
The Currow Weeks Team is extremely successful in developing new revenues for newspapers. Our Focused Sales Events put intense concentration on the sale of a single product for one-week.
Our strategy involves the creation of a clear, visual definition of the product being sold, and we construct a fun, collaborative, and most importantly, productive sales atmosphere for the week.
Our events involve four-legged appointment-driven sales presentations made to prospective advertisers by Currow Weeks Account Executives accompanied by a newspaper’s sales representative.
These sales presentations are what we call “Experiential Selling”, because the newspaper sales representative is receiving “on the job” selling and coaching in a real, live sales environment. The Currow Weeks Team does most of the work in planning, organizing, implementing, and orchestrating the focused sales event.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We strategize with media companies to develop a dynamic, energetic one week sales effort to dramatically increase digital and print revenue.
We work with newspaper media groups as as well as individual newspaper media organizations.
Yes! We will work with you to develop a one week energetic sales effort that will directly impact your digital and print revenue. We work off of a revenue share model. You only pay us on the new revenues we produce.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
My experience is that 50% of the time when you bring in “the experts” it just doesn’t click. About 25% of the time it is just ok, and you wish you had passed. You would be in the last 25 percentile where we enjoyed the experience, see long term benefit to the company, and to our customers, and look forward to another mission in the future together.