section, 10 SECRETOS para Prosperar en una Economía en Recesión, confirmed some ideas and sparked a new one I'm implementing right now which multiplies by 100 the chances to sell more ads in my website. (...) Without having read your article I wouldve never thought about it.
London, England (PRWEB) June 25, 2004
"The reason why I started ICIME (Instituto para el Crecimiento Inmediato y Masivo de Empresas) is because I'm tired of listening to 'superiority' comments from first world entrepreneurs, about why Spanish speakers can't progress, the economies of their countriesÂ are impoverished, etc., etc. Some or their 'theories' are really offensive," says Alejandro Pagliari, the Institute's President and Founder.
Alejandro continues, "Being Uruguayan and a Spanish speaker, these comments make me FURIOUS. I know the key factor behind the lack of growth in our economies, is that our entrepreneurs donÂt have the correct information. Quite simply, they haven't had access to the marketing, negotiation and sales secrets that the companies that are successful in any economy or market have had for a long time."
To solve this situation, Alejandro Pagliari has created the publication "Exito Empresarial". This newsletter reveals every month hundreds of elegant ways to sell more, to more people, in less time, with more frequency, and a lot more profit.
Launched in October 2002, "Exito Empresarial" counts with over 27,000 subscribers in more than 19 countries around the world -- including all of Latin America, Spain, and the United States.
Eng. Jannett Segarra (Account Manager for Freelancers Group Pisa, Mexico, D.F.) who subscribes to the newsletter, recently said: "A very good friend gifted me a subscription to ICIME, which I use every day. Following your advice (Alejandro), I've designed e-mail campaigns that have really worked. Your advice came at a time when business was veeeery slow and thanks to you I've generated more leads, and increased our sales."
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Alejandro explains, "Most entrepreneurs think that it takes money to make more money, without realizing all the latent opportunities which at this very moment lay 'hidden' in their businesses. These dormant opportunities are waiting to be exploited to their full capacity and could generate massive overnight profits. Regardless of their product or service, the entrepreneurs who read 'Exito Empresarial' and apply what theyÂve learned will accomplish amazing results."
To get a FREE subscription to the 'Exito Empresarial' newsletter and/or read over 30 articles on marketing, negotiation and sales, visit http://www.icime.com now. We recommend you do this immediately as the institute cannot guarantee it'll keep on accepting subscribers for much longer.
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Alejandro Pagliari is a well-known marketing, negotiation, and sales expert. He specializes in increasing business profits amazingly fast. Alejandro is the President and Founder of ICIME (Instituto para el Crecimiento Inmediato y Masivo de Empresas). He was born in Uruguay and lives in London.
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