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SSB 11/22/20: What to do now that Covid is coming back

What causes a spike in coronavirus cases? Human behavior is the major factor. State and local governments, as well as individual people, differ in their response to the pandemic. Some follow COVID-19 precautions, such as physical distancing, hand-washing and mask-wearing. Others are not as prescriptive in requiring these measures or in restricting certain high risk…

SSB 11/15/20: Practice what you preach

Practice what you preach, we bet the house! We told you last week about our plans to host a three-day Virtual Sales Meeting Weds- Friday. We set up the trade show booth and purchased the needed tech to live stream from what we are now calling the Bullen Broadcast Studio (BBS). We used the BBS…

SSB 11/8/20: Back to business #11, Using tech amid Covid

Back to business #11, Using tech amid Covid For the last month or two, we have been passing on suggestions on how to do things differently in sales and communication with your customers. Bullen is now stepping out of our comfort zone and hosting a three day Virtual Sales Meeting this Weds- Friday. We have…

SSB 11/1/20: Back to business #10, talking to customers amid Covid

Back to business #10, talking to customers amid Covid It’s hard to know what to do, what not to do, and how to navigate this situation as delicately as possible. For business owners, one thing is evident – it’s NOT business as usual. The game has changed, people are hunkering down, and the world’s focus…

SSB 10/25/20: Back to business #9, clean your bathrooms!

Back to business #9, clean your bathrooms! Americans Fear Public Restrooms Americans are going out into the world less often, and they’re also visiting the restroom less frequently when they are out. In fact, because of COVID-19 they’re planning their shopping trips specifically around the call of nature in order to avoid public restrooms. This…

SSB 10/18/20: Back to Business #8, from the Chamber of Commerce

Back to business #8, from the Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Guide for Small Businesses Communicate your plans clearly to employees and customers “Communication is critical,” Hansen told CO—. “With so much uncertainty in the news and employees asking questions, we have been communicating even more. Holding short huddles every day with our teams to share…

SSB 10/11/20: Back to Business #2 (video version)

Back to Business #2 (video version) In this week’s show we give you more tips to getting your business open and having your customers want to return again and again. We review the CDC guidelines for re-opening your business, the new label updates and the use of the EPA N list, touch surfaces, frequency of…

SSB 10/4/20: National Custodian Appreciation Day Took on New Meaning Amid COVID-19

National Custodian Appreciation Day Took on New Meaning Amid COVID-19 October 2nd was National Custodial Worker’s Recognition Day. This special day encourages appreciation to the employees who keep our schools and workplaces across the nation running smoothly. Custodial workers operate behind the scenes. They are often under-appreciated for the hard work they do day after day, too. These…

Sunday Sales Blast 9/27/20 – Back to business #7

Marketing Your Business In The Midst Of Covid-19: 5 Tips To Stay Afloat If you’re like many business owners out there, the coronavirus pandemic has rocked your world. According to a SHRM study, 62% of small businesses say they have experienced a decrease in revenue since the start of Covid-19. To deal with this change…

Sunday Sales Blast 9/20/20

What the Presidential Campaign Can Teach Us About Sales and Marketing Politicians must do more than serve. They also have to sell. They’ve got to get the job before they can do it. Then they have to keep it. Right now, President Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden are actively selling themselves. Their campaigns…
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