Outsourced sales and marketing is an industry that shows no sign of stopping.
London, UK (PRWEB) August 13, 2013
According to reports from Ventas Central, a leading provider of outsourced sales services in Britain, customer acquisition is in high demand. Latest figures show that enquiries to hire the agency to conduct sales, direct marketing and customer acquisitions services have increased by 29% between January – June 2013 compared to the same period in 2012. Assistance with sales, direct marketing and customer acquisitions are proving to be the most popular.
Earlier in the year, Ventas Central saw their revenue increase by 18% in the first quarter. They claimed this boost was due to the rising demand for outsourcing in Britain. It was reported that UK businesses increased their spending on outsourcing and freelance services by 134%, making the UK the second largest outsourcing market in the world. (Freelancer.co.uk) Managing director Josh Peace and Ventas Central stated the rising demand for outsourcing as the main contributor for their boost in revenue. Josh Peace said, “Outsourced sales and marketing is an industry that shows no sign of stopping.” The firm are still witnessing a high demand for their services from clients and suppliers across the UK.
Ventas Central provide an array of sales and marketing services for blue-chip clients across the entertainment and telecommunications industries. These include face-to-face promotions, sales and marketing campaigns, market research and strategy, consulting, increased brand loyalty and market analysis. These face-to-face services allow for lower overheads and a higher ROI than traditional marketing methods. It’s no doubt it’s Ventas Central’s measurable results and high rates of customer retention that are instigating the large surge of enquiries from high-profile clients.
Ventas Central are an outsourced sales and marketing firm in London who work with national clients in order to widen their customer base across the UK The firm are currently conducting market tests in the North of England to see which cities would be most suitable for further expansion.