As I travel back from the SaaStr 2017, an annual orgy of all that is SaaS, held in San Francisco, I’m musing on what I’ve heard from the founders of leading companies like Facebook, Dumo and Zendesk. Many of the speakers, tell stories of their journey to Annual Recurring Revenues (ARR) to $100m within 5 to 8 year timeframes. They tell stories about cracking $1m in their first 18 months and the struggle to get to $5-6m ARR – when the “cavalry arrives” over the next 18 months.
Finding Sales Prospects
Generating B2B sales requires a combination of inbound (e.g. website visits) and outbound (e.g. cold calling) strategies. Once you finally get in front of your prospect, closing the sale often requires a proposal.
Last night was a humbling experience for me personally as well as the entire team at TenderScout. We picked up not one, but two awards at the 21st eir Spider Awards which took place at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel.
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At the weekend, the Independent published a story about HSE recruitment: HSE facing huge EU fines over tender delays
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The Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly has come under scrutiny and has “serious questions to answer” according to Anti-Austerity Alliance TD Paul Murphy, over his meeting last December with Labour TD Brendan Ryan and Task Community Care, a company that was the successful bidder in a state tender.
The Legal Services Regulation Bill was introduced in October 2011 by Alan Shatter, a draft which has received objections from the Bar Council & Law Society, but is now likely to finally be enacted by Christmas.
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