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an argument or other persuasion used in selling
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The image of the sales pitch includes "getting one's foot in the door," so to speak; here are a couple of times when it was more about setting off on the wrong foot.
Speaking of beverages, another drink's sales pitch highlights the fact that it offers many variants-"sari-saring flavor.
He worked for Chilly Marketing Limited and the sales pitch that was leaked to me gave the misleading impression that its cold callers were linked to the genuine Whirlpool kitchen appliance group.
But wouldn't it be nice to get the identity and telephone numbers of the bloke who made the recording and the MD of the company behind his annoying sales pitch, publicise them nationwide and invite the public to get their own back?
8226; Why you should tear up your current sales pitch.
Of course, passengers don't have to link up their profiles if they're not interested but what if they play along and end up with someone who just wants to make a sales pitch.
Another type of communication used by firms is the sales pitch, sometimes found in newsletters and seminars or similar gatherings.
If you are sending out direct mail pieces to prospects, do more than offer a sales pitch.
Cash prizes were awarded for the best sales pitch, and entrepreneurial idea.
The Skateboard Mag's Mike Mihaly, in his sales pitch to potential advertisers
When it comes to selling loan origination software systems, a great sales pitch may be the only "great" thing your company will receive from one of our competitors.
For instance, what percentage of builders do you think give a sales pitch about automation when talking with customers?