Tue 1 Jun 2010
Check out this great post from Jay Goltz @ the NY Times:
“One of my businesses, Chicago Art Source, calls on design firms, architects and other companies to sell art and framing. We have been in maintenance mode for the last year and a half as projects have been canceled or put on hold and new activity has slowed because companies have been under no-capital-expenditures orders. But I am happy to report that business seems to be picking up in the corporate furnishing world.
Now I have a new problem. A good one, actually. I need to hire one or two more salespeople. While I have years of experience in successful retail management and running a factory, I am less confident that I know the smartest way to find the right people to both acquire and service accounts. There are several things I have learned…”
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