42 Rules for Growing Enterprise Revenue by Lilia Shirman
Practical Strategies to Matter More and Sell More in B2B Markets

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Synopsis

Value is in the eye of the beholder. Do your customers see your value?

Business buyers barraged with a ceaseless, deafening cacophony of banal marketing-speak learn to focus exclusively on information that is directly relevant to them right now. To engage buyers and grow enterprise sales, companies must create and demonstrate tangible and unique
customer relevance with every customer touch. In this time-crunched, information-overload reality:
Customer relevance is the only way to generate customer interest and revenue growth
Customer relevance cannot be accomplished by a single functional group
There is no silver bullet--you have to keep trying new things and testing new strategies


42 Rules for Growing Enterprise Revenue provides practical ideas and proven strategies that boost B2B sales by making every aspect of your business more relevant to customers. The rules cover critical concepts, including:

Making "Mattering to Customers" your company's core competence
Pursuing markets where you're most relevant
Cultivating Customer collaboration
Defining value and relevance using the customers context
Using solutions and industry specialization to increase relevance
Putting customer relevance into practice through your sales channels

Lilia Shirman, CEO of a highly respected Silicon Valley strategy consultancy, coach at Stanford University's Global Entrepreneurial Marketing program, and start-up investor and advisor, shares the best ideas and practices from her own and other executive's experiences taking B2B products to market. Heres a chance to learn from business leaders at Cisco, Adobe, Citrix, VMware, and others to distill actionable strategies that drive sustainable customer relevance and revenue growth.
 

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Published March 10, 2014 by Super Star Press. 130 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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