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Demodesk scores $2.3M seed for sales-focused online meetings

Demodesk, an early stage startup that wants to change how sales meetings are conducted online, announced a $2.3 million seed investment today. Investors included GFC, FundersClub, Y Combinator, Kleiner Perkins and an unnamed group of angel investors. The company was a member of the Y Combinator Winter 2019 cohort. CEO and co-founder Veronika Riederle says ...

Spiff pitches a way to automate sales commissions calculations

Spiff, a Salt Lake City-based company pitching a new service for calculating sales commissions for salespeople around the world, has raised $6 million in funding to sell its own product to the millions of Willie Lohman’s looking for an end to needless paperwork. Spiff’s management team kicked in $500,000 for the new round, which also ...

GetAccept’s workflow and e-signature platform for sales secures $7M Series A funding

Many years ago every sales deal was sealed with a handshake between two people. Today, digitization has moved into the sales process, but it hasn’t necessarily improved the experience. In fact, it’s often become a more time-consuming affair because information and communications are scattered across multiple channels and the number of people involved in a ...

Showpad, a sales enablement platform for presentations and other collateral, raises $70M

Sales teams have long turned to tech solutions to help improve how they source leads, develop relationships and close deals. Now, one of the startups that helps out at a key point in that trajectory is announcing a round of growth funding to help fuel its own rapid growth. Showpad, a sales enablement platform that ...

‘The Operators’: Acceleprise partner Whitney Sales and Docsend CEO Russ Heddleston on how to grow your sales strategies

Tim Hsia & Neil Devani Contributor Share on Twitter Tim Hsia is the CEO of Media Mobilize and a Venture Partner at Digital Garage. Neil Devani is an angel investor and venture capitalist focused on companies solving hard problems. Welcome to this transcribed edition of The Operators. TechCrunch is beginning to publish podcasts from industry ...

In March 2019 Jaguar Sold Over 2,000 I-PACE

04.20.2019 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

During the past 12 months, Jaguar delivered over 11,000 I-PACE Jaguar I-PACE sales reported by the manufacturer increased in March to a near-record level of 2,044, which turns out to be 8.4% of total volume for the brand globally. Hopefully, the output will continue to increase or at least stay above 2,000 per month. The official ...

Hyundai Plug-In Electric Car Sales Shoot Over 8,000 In March

04.18.2019 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

Kona Electric back to 5,000+ sales per month territory There is nothing better than good news for a good start to the day. Hyundai just released its sales report for the month of March, indicating strong growth of its plug-in car sales after two months of lower performance. Sales amounted to 8,072, which is the second-best ...

Tesla Model 3 Top-Selling Car Of Any Kind In Three Euro Markets

04.18.2019 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

TESLA MODEL 3 OUTSELLS ALL OTHER CARS IN THREE EUROPEAN MARKETS Fair’s fair. I’ve written several articles about the fact that Switzerland is something of an EV laggard among European countries, so now I have to point out the latest good news: the Tesla Model 3 was the top-selling automobile of any kind in the Alpine country in March ...

Data Suggests Over 15,000 Tesla Model 3 Were Sold In Europe Last Month

04.17.2019 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

15,000+ in Europe, 30,000+ globally? While we are awaiting aggregated sales data for the European market, registration data from over 10 countries already suggest sales of over 15,000 Tesla Model 3 in March. It’s an all-time monthly record for any plug-in model, as well as one of the best results regardless of powertrain. You don’t ...

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While billions of people are now online, thousands of companies large and small are using every channel they can to reach them. Companies like Slack, Airbnb, Pinterest, Instagram, and Dropbox have become dominant players in their market in the course of a few years, but how did they do it? As traditional marketing channels, like ...