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  • Planned Commercial Office Project Activity - May 2017 Recap

    Posted On June 02, 2017 by Robert Smith

    SalesLeads' experienced research team identified 485 new, planned commercial office relocation, expansion, new construction, and renovation projects during the month of May 2017. Below are a few of highlights on major projects throughout the United States.

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  • Planned Commercial Office Project Activity - April 2017 Recap

    Posted On May 05, 2017 by Robert Smit

    SalesLeads' experienced research team identified 494 new, planned commercial office relocation, expansion, new construction, and renovation projects during the month of April 2017. Below are a few of highlights on major projects throughout the United States and Canada.

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  • 5 Productivity Tips for Your Commercial Moving Sales Team

    Posted On July 25, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Ask any business-to-business (B2B) salesperson and he or she will likely agree: optimizing your productivity is critical to generating sales. So if you're a commercial moving service salesperson, check out some of the following tips to improve your productivity.

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  • Commercial Construction Sales Tips

    Posted On April 23, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Convincing a someone to purchase a product or service is difficult enough, but it's even more difficult when that person is a business owner or professional. Business-to-business (B2B) sales requires a more methodical approach, simply because business professionals are used to marketing themselves, and many don't want to be bombarded with commercial advertisements and pitches. Generating the new commercial construction leads is only half the battle.. Mastering how do you handle those leads is will make or break your successes.

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  • "Green" Commercial Construction Trends

    Posted On February 17, 2016 by Robert Smith

    There's been a growing interest in “green,” eco-friendly practices among industrial construction companies. Back in 2005, McGraw-Hill Construction estimated the value of green commercial building construction in the United States to be $3 billion. Fast forward to 2010, and McGraw-Hill estimated the value to be somewhere in the ballpark of $43 to $54 billion.

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