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The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Changed Your Buyers. Do You Know How?

The surge.  The wave.  The apex.  The spike.  The spread. These terms and expressions have become part of the vernacular describing the COVID-19 pandemic.  A foreboding and ominous context.  Our country is entering the third significant reckoning of the pandemic.  More widespread than at any time.  Yet, it is a time to hang onto the hope of promising news on the development of high efficacy vaccines. In the midst of these wild swings from despair to hope, people’s lives are dramatically changing.  Family life, social life, business life, and work-life have all been affected. No area of everyday living has…

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Article by Tony Zambito

Buyer-Enabled Selling: The Next Progression In B2B Sales

Social progress has often been a marker defining history.  In the last one hundred years, there are many examples.  Women earning the right to vote.  The civil rights movement of the 1960s.  Legalization of same-sex marriage. These are just a few of many.  Each with a narrative arc progressing from resistance to eventual acceptance.    In modern B2B sales, we are witnessing the story arc of selling progressing from seller-directed to buyer-directed.  The bending of the arc towards the buyer accelerating during the past two decades.  And, now, especially so as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic is felt globally.…

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Article by Tony Zambito

How B2B Leaders Can Navigate 2021 Uncertainties With Buyer Insight

One of the most fascinating figures in American business history was that of Lee Iacocca.  Iacocca, who died at the age of 94 in 2019, was a visionary leader who was the only executive in modern times to lead two of the Big Three American automakers.  Ford and Chrysler.  At Ford, he was best known for his efforts in the creation of one of the most famous cars in auto history – the Mustang.  Iacocca, in both situations, had to overcome much adversity and uncertainties to lead. Here is a quote from Iacocca on dealing with uncertainty:    “So, what…

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Article by Tony Zambito