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Featured in - Forbes | Garden and Gun East Carolina Entrepreneur Cannon Award Winner SBIT National Small Business Case Study Winner 2018 Currently working for Stitch Golf as Director Of E-commerce. We are the fastest growing E-Commerce businesses in the industry. STITCH has grown tremendously over the past 4 years with a great team and execution. Check out our website and our luxury line of golf gear and apparel at stitchgolf.com Stitch® was founded in 2012, and since inception, has aimed to produce the best quality, the greatest fit, along with the most functional products to supply our customers with the finest in the industry. Stitch® products have evolved over time from the original leather head cover – to now offering a variety of bags such as our new lightweight golf bags and our unique ultimate garment bag (UGB™). Latest Articles: https://www.forbes.com/sites/theyec/2021/12/21/eight-smart-steps-to-take-in-january-to-ensure-your-next-performance-review-is-a-success/?sh=1ce26cee30ef
It only takes one unhappy customer leaving a negative review to damage a company's reputation and drive away future business. Therefore, it's imperative that customer service teams immediately resolve any customer complaints before they can snowball and turn into bigger problems for a company. To find out the best ways to keep customers happy, a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council members offer their best advice on how leaders can improve their customer service efforts by being proactive rather than reactive.
Many aspiring entrepreneurs seek to get into business because they're passionate about their idea. However, strong passion for an idea may not always be enough to ensure profitability, and in order to succeed long term in the business world, making enough money to both survive and thrive is vital. But for those not willing to compromise their idea for another they’re less passionate about, the members of Young Entrepreneur Council have a few tips. Below, they each share one piece of advice they would give an aspiring entrepreneur for ensuring their passion will also be profitable and why you don’t necessarily have to give up your dream to make more money.
Whether you run a fully remote or a hybrid business, keeping corporate files safe while your employees work from home is of the utmost importance. Remote work creates new challenges for business leaders to contend with—such as employees using personal devices to access documents or working from unsecure public networks—and that means leaders will need to take certain steps to ensure sensitive information doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. To help, eight members of Young Entrepreneur Council provide a few strategies business leaders can use to help their employees keep company data safe, and discuss why these tips are so effective and necessary for any business with remote team members.
Cyber Monday and Black Friday are great opportunities to attract customers to your small business, but there is often a lot of competition from major retailers during the holiday season. While your small business may not be able to compete on the same level as a major retailer, there are a lot of strategies you can use to sell more products or services through the end of the year. To help you plan ahead for the big holiday sale days and beyond, the members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) answered the following question:
When it comes to defining success, there’s no one right answer. It can mean owning your own business, making over a million dollars, driving a particular car or even just having more freedom with your time. But when broken down into a single workday, success can sometimes be a little more difficult to measure. Its definition can even change throughout your career as you develop both professionally and personally. This change has certainly been the case for the members of Young Entrepreneur Council. Below, they each share what they consider to be the biggest indication of a successful day and why, and why their definition of success has evolved over time.
Sep 19, 2022
While there are a lot of "right" things to say during a sales conversation, there are also some “wrong” things that could turn a potential customer away. Sales calls can be high-pressure situations for a sales rep, as it can be difficult to hit all the right notes and say the right things to convert a prospect into a paying customer. But just as important as knowing what to say is knowing what not to say. For instance, immediate questions about budget and when to follow up might be perceived as pushy and turn a potential customer off from working with you. To help sales teams avoid this fate and instead win their prospects over, a group of successful entrepreneurs explain which questions to avoid during a sales conversation and why.
Stitch® Golf was founded in 2012, and since inception, has aimed to produce the best quality, the greatest fit, along with the most functional products to supply our customers with the finest in the industry. Stitch® products have evolved over time from the original leather head cover – to now offering a variety of bags such as our new lightweight golf bags and our unique ultimate garment bag (UGB™). Nick Venditti is passionate about e-commerce, digital marketing, and building a brand.