In a city where buildings are constructed as rapidly as they are torn down again, you get to take control of an emerging demolition company. A multitude of missions lead you to various demolition sites in different districts of the city.
Builders, construction teams and design practitioners can divert construction and demolition (C&D) materials from disposal by buying used and recycled products, practicing source reduction, preserving existing structures, as well as salvaging and reusing existing materials.
To provide an example, we scheduled a discovery call with a sales leader at a Colorado Springs company. We developed a question outline we felt confident would incite a good conversation to determine fit. On the discovery call, we learned that the leader needed help lifting her email response rate and that our businesses were a good fit for each other.
As a Senior Account Manager for a company that works closely with the public sector, Madeline Allen is able to bring a macro perspective to product demonstrations that clients might not otherwise get. The CityBase team member said she prioritizes deeply listening to the prospect to help her figure out what specific information might be most useful for them to know.
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Contact Sales to learn about Site License packages. A Site License offers a LastPass account for all your employees at a flat fee versus a seat-based rate, which allows you to scale LastPass use as your company grows, without any added cost.
Florida has a MSW (municipal solid waste) recycling goal that includes C&D (construction and demolition) debris. Construction and Demolition Debris (link to 62-701.200(24) accounts for almost 25 percent of Florida's total MSW stream. A wide range of these materials can be recovered and reused or recycled into new products.
25) "Construction and demolition debris" means discarded materials generally considered to be not water soluble and non-hazardous in nature, including but not limited to steel, glass, brick, concrete, asphalt material, pipe, gypsum wallboard, and lumber, from the construction or destruction of a structure as part of a construction or demolition project or from the renovation of a structure, including such debris from construction of structures at a site remote from the construction or demolition project site. The term includes rocks, soils, tree remains, trees, and other vegetative matter which normally results from land clearing or land development operations for a construction project; clean cardboard, paper, plastic, wood, and metal scraps from a construction project; effective January 1, 1997, except as provided in Section 403.707(13)(j), F.S., unpainted, non-treated wood scraps from facilities manufacturing materials used for construction of structures or their components and unpainted, non-treated wood pallets provided the wood scraps and pallets are separated from other solid waste where generated and the generator of such wood scraps or pallets implements reasonable practices of the generating industry to minimize the commingling of wood scraps or pallets with other solid waste; and the minimum amounts of other nonhazardous wastes that are generated at construction or demolition projects, provided such amounts are consistent with best management practices of the construction and demolition industries. Mixing of construction and demolition debris with other types of solid waste will cause it to be classified as other than construction and demolition debris.
Seeing customers using your products or services will pique your audience's interest. This will encourage them to keep watching in order to learn more about your company and gain confidence in your product. This kind of video is a bridge between testimonials and user-generated content. The Solo Stove Bonfire does this by featuring clips from customers using their product on their camping trips, making the product feel more personal and meaningful to potential customers.
Consider what your brand represents. If you're a luxury real estate company, for example, you'll be known for offering opulent properties to your clients. As a result, the luxury should be evident in the real estate videos you produce. You want to focus on emanating the kind of emotion you want your audience to feel. This can be reflected in how your video is shot, what the composition looks like, the music you choose, and how you edit your video.
Users are then left in the product to explore a pre-setup Bynder account for an imaginary coffee company. A flashing help beacon (or hotspot) on the navigation bar gives guidance. After the video, users are mostly left to explore on their own.
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Cheetah Mobile, a mobile internet company with app users in more than 200 countries and regions, is using Text to Speech to expand accessibility of its translation device and app to international markets.
In interviews at major CPG companies around the world, we asked dozens of marketing and growth executives about this new reality. Their answers were clear: fulfilling an ambitious growth mandate requires a marketing agenda that is far more sophisticated, predictive, and customized than ever before. It requires a different playbook with new approaches and tools that few have yet to fully master. While broad reach, powerful, resonant storytelling, and creativity remain critical, marketers now need to utilize data and analytics at scale to crack the code that enables more targeted and engaging interactions to shape consumer behavior.
Instead of approaching technology needs piecemeal, CPG companies should do a holistic assessment of their needs based on a strategic, consumer-centric selection of the most valuable and important use cases. One beauty company, for example, identified its ten most impactful marketing use cases, assessed the respective martech solutions it needed to pursue them, and created a road map of needed investments. From this, the company discovered that a DAM and a single-source product-information-management (PIM) system were necessary elements in a majority of its priority use cases. Marketing leaders prioritized near-term investment in these tools and phased in other key martech solutions over the next 12 to 24 months.
Demo presentations are a powerful tool for running and growing your business. When done well, a demo presentation allows clients, investors or potential customers to see and feel how things will be better for them if they buy or invest in your company or product. Often generic demo presentations do just the opposite, leaving the meeting participants bored and disinterested. Here are seven tips to pull off a great demo presentation.
Technical snafus in the middle of a presentation is one of the most common ways demos go wrong. This not only looks bad for you and your company, but it has the potential to completely derail the entire presentation. Make sure you use a reliable video conferencing solution and test it out before the start of the presentation. Sometimes issues are outside your control, like a bad internet connection, so have a backup plan for your demo presentation.
Every audience is different, and your demo presentation should be too. The presentation should be built specifically for the prospect to reflect their unique business processes and include data that directly relates to their company. In addition, you should tailor how you conduct your presentation for each audience as well. An effective demo presentation for an HR manager may not go over as well for a CEO. Some prospects may be more interested in the details and appreciate graphs and diagrams while others may get more out of watching a video or live demonstration. Research the company and decision makers you are presenting to and find ways to make your demo engaging for them. 2b1af7f3a8