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LinkedIn Posts Are Turning Into Deals & Dollars

March 14, 2019
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LinkedIn

On average, I sign up one ISO every time I post a message on LinkedIn, says Jennie Villano, VP of Business Development at Kalamata Capital Group. They don’t all end up submitting business, she adds, but overall it works. It costs her nothing more than her time and it produces results. Villano is among the […]

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Storytelling Sales Expert Kindra Hall to Keynote Broker Fair 2019

March 7, 2019
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Kindra Hall

Sales expert Kindra Hall will present at Broker Fair 2019 to teach attendees about the irresistible power of strategic storytelling. If you want to learn to sell differently and use the power of storytelling, her keynote is something you won’t want to miss! According to Hall, the shift from a transactional economy to a connected […]

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Selling a Home, Selling Commercial Financing – What’s the Difference?

November 16, 2018
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Realtor Showing New House To Loving Couple

Alternative funding brokers come from all different backgrounds, but for many them, being a broker is not their first job in sales. Some sold equipment, some sold cars and others sold homes. They were realtors. deBanked found two alternative funding brokers with a background in residential real estate and we asked them to compare the […]

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How to Use Your Clothes to Get Deals

September 17, 2018
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Paul Boxer - money suit

Most people are always trying to find more business and make more money. But most of us don’t think of our wardrobe as a way to accomplish this. That is, except for Chief Marketing Officer at Quicksilver Capital Paul Boxer, who looks in his closet and sees business opportunity. Boxer is known for going to […]

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Grooming The Best Sales Reps

August 22, 2018
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This story appeared in deBanked’s Jul/Aug 2018 magazine issue. To receive copies in print, SUBSCRIBE FREE The best sales reps have a lot in common – they’re smart, honest, likable, well-organized, thick-skinned and hungry for success. They navigate the difficult early days of their careers in the alternative small-business funding community by persevering despite long […]

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9 Real Industry Stories To Get You Fired Up

March 7, 2018
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determined

Whether you’re working from home as an independent agent or you’re the owner of a young alternative funding startup, here are nine deBanked stories that are guaranteed to inspire. For those of you that haven’t been in the industry very long, you’ll definitely want to read some of the older ones! Nest Planner: The Story […]

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Hard Work, Big Success – The True Story of an MCA Broker

December 15, 2017
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lerrydore-cresthill

Sales is a tough field for anyone to break into even if they come from the most ideal of circumstances. At some point, the rubber meets the road for every MCA broker, at which time they must decide whether they’ve got what it takes to make it in this business. Lerry Dore, Cresthill Capital This […]

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The Road To Training The Best Sales Reps

February 26, 2017
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Sales Training

This story appeared in deBanked’s Jan/Feb 2017 magazine issue. To receive copies in print, SUBSCRIBE FREE Alternative-finance industry executives tend to agree on at least two basic rules for building a successful sales team: Hire people who know how to sell and never stop training them. Following the second rule requires knowledge and perseverance. The […]

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Motivating Your Sales Force – Tips From the Floor

August 30, 2016
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time for sell

This story appeared in deBanked’s Jul/Aug 2016 magazine issue. To receive copies in print, SUBSCRIBE FREE Fancy steak dinners, electronic devices and cold hard cash are just some of the ways ISOs and funders these days are motivating sales reps to bring in business. Although it’s largely a field for self-starters, many companies find that […]

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You Close The Sale Before The Sales Process Begins

January 22, 2016
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YOU WRITE THE END OF THE STORY AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PROCESS As an adolescent, I had a dream of becoming an actor. There was no true purpose, direction or vision behind the dream, the dream was based mainly on the fact that I had seen a lot of A-list celebrities on television and […]

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