Christine started with Nuvei in sales in 2005 and has since held many roles, including sales, recruiting and relationship management. Known as a “go getter,” Christine is personable and commands a deep knowledge of the industry. She combines her infectious personality, patience and meticulous planning skills to cultivate strategic partnerships and recruit top-notch talent.
The only constant in the world of technology is change. To stay competitive in your business development efforts, be sure to focus on the following technology trends.
A business coach can do wonders for you. Just as a sports team uses a coach to teach and motivate, your business can use a business coach to do both of these for you. The benefits come from all directions, pushing you to grow and improve.
Anyone who owns or runs a business should be looking for ways to improve. Instead of hoping and wishing for better results, your best way to jump-start this is to develop a strategic plan. Setting up and executing your plan can set you up for success, both immediately and in the longer term.
Sales work is demanding. If you don't find ways to let go, the stress that builds up for you can impact your happiness and your health. With this in mind, the following stress busters can help you maintain your sanity and keep going.
A leader's job is to help give employees the tools to succeed for themselves and for you. Give some attention to helping your team eat better because their nutritional needs are an important part of their productivity.
If you want to push people toward making more cash payments, you can incentivize that with either a credit card surcharge or a cash discount. Before you do, though, you need to understand the legal and business implications of either.
In many organizations, sales and business development tasks are assigned to the same group of people. However, the two represent very different kinds of work, each of which is important in sustaining and growing a company.