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Traditional Marketing is Dead! GLM Creates a Sales Spike in Under 60 Days Stops Business Failure; Provides Startup Funding
Date:6/2/2010

ts over several weeks.

This relationship enables an idea exchange to learn the prospect’s wants and needs in the launch candidate; important price points, valuable features, benefits, warranties, after sale service, training, future upgrades and much more. These prospect desires are translated to a high demand product on “Launch Day” that was described by its market.

“One of the reasons businesses have struggled in recent years is that they have failed to establish proactive communication with their customers and prospects,” says Peter Eells, GLM’s President.

Bartholomew stated, “the numbers demonstrate that a properly executed launch or relaunch of new or existing products and services can quickly reverse a company’s negative sales trend. It can build higher sustained sales and identify new products in demand by their market. We expect 2010 to be a banner year for us, even in this down economy. As struggling companies realize 5 to 50 times multiple of same period sales from their previous practices, other companies will move to be included.”

To learn more about Global Launch Management and the service it offers industry, visit http://www.GlobalLaunchManagement.com/LaunchControl

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