Black Operations, Inc. is now generating $1million in sales out of the Wall Street location alone– excluding the projected sales coming out of Chicago by the end of this year.
Wall Street, NY (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
CEO of Black Operations, Inc. Nona Black returned from Tokyo, Japan earlier this week with some promising plans for the sales and marketing firm. ‘We’ve proven results here in the US as major actors in the energy industry and have attracted attention from telecom giants, not only in New York but also in another huge market, Chicago. In the near future, we project this expansion to build a seductive portfolio for other energy and telecom moguls – only in Asia this time.’- says Black.
In Tokyo, CEO Black visited office spaces for a plausible 2013 Asian growth. At the top of Roppongi Hills, one of Tokyo’s highest skyscrapers overlooking the city, CEO Nona Black sketched out a growth plan: ‘By the last quarter of 2011, Black Operations, Inc. was generating $200 thousand dollars in sales a year in the US. This number has significantly increased in 2012. Black Operations, Inc. is now generating $1million in sales out of the Wall Street location alone– excluding the projected sales coming out of Chicago by the end of this year. If we can experience half of Black Operations U.S. growth in 2012 during our first year in Tokyo, we will be able to become a sizable worldwide organization by the end 2014. Our ultimate goal is to have main headquarters in every time zone. With our Wall Street office, Eastern Standard Time zone is off the list, as well as Central Time with our Chicago location and now we need an office in Japan Standard Time of which, Roppongi Hills, Tokyo is the obvious best choice.’
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So, why Tokyo? Japan has a total population of over 125 million people, of which Tokyoites are nearly 12million of them. In the world of direct sales, the target is an impulsive fragment of consumers and previous experience has shown that out of 100 people Black Operations, Inc. aims to sell to, on average only 8 will buy. In the greater Tokyo area, those 8 people represent 960,000 potential customers. In comparison, New York’s 8 people equal to nearly 650,000 consumers. ‘We’ve proven what we can do with 650,000 people, think of we can do if we target another 300,000 people! It’s about time we take on a bigger challenge in a different country and in a different culture’ states Nona Black.
Black Operations, Inc. have proven success and have a very promising business model, the firm is excited at the prospect of initiating Americano-Japanese relationships in the world of Direct Sales.
About. At Black Operations Inc, we communicate more consistently and generate personal relationships with your target audience. Direct selling is the oldest form of sales in the world and by encouraging a strong loyal relationship between the customer and your brand we offer a significant point of difference than your competitors ever could.