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Future-Enabling Buyers Will Be Key In 2021 And Beyond

The new year is almost one-month-old.  In less than three weeks, the country has experienced a time like no other.  Where the degree of uncertainty about our future has intensified.  The chaos surrounding the vaccination rollouts and the political climate has altered the degree of hoped-for certainty.  Such a turn of events has an impact.  […]

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Five Intangible Buyer Behavior Trends To Monitor In 2021

Despite turning the calendar from 2020 to 2021, we find ourselves starting the new year in more turmoil.  A catastrophic COVID-19 pandemic that continues to increase in scope. The hope of the vaccines tempered as the rollout encounters delays. And the disturbing insurrection at our capitol causing national anxiety.  To ignore these in a business

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B2B Buyer Content Fatigue Is A Very Real Thing And A Big Problem

The global COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the effect of fatigue on people from all walks of life.  We are feeling pandemic fatigue from vigilant following of guidelines.  Business professionals are burning out from Zoom meeting fatigue.  Our courageous frontline health care workers are nearing collapse from the fatigue of long intense hours.  Single mothers and

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5 Buyer Insights To Factor Into 2021 Buyer Strategies

Compress. A word that has often been used in business.  Compressed files.  Compression thinking.  To compress and flatten organizational structures.  A myriad of uses meant to communicate reduction. It is an adequate word to use when thinking about important takeaways from 2020.  A year in which a decade’s worth of future buyer trends was compressed

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Business Leaders: Do Not Ignore The Mental Health Crisis Related To The COVID-19 Pandemic

Empty office buildings dot the map of the United States.  Once bustling communities adjacent to business parks are quiet.  Restaurants and services that once served the lunch crowds from office complexes are limited to takeout or have closed their doors for good. Amidst all of this, many businesses are singing the praises of working from

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