Sales Related Quotes



“Frank and Eva add a new level of depth to our management team, with significant experience in sales, brand building and business development. Their professional experiences and personal passion for games complement the strengths of our team and support our mission to make in-game advertising a compelling and integral part of the game playing experience.”

Chris Gilbert


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?The trend you're seeing now is a package of services. The trick is not necessarily getting as many sales of just the commoditized hosting plans as possible, but getting as many customers that are buying multiple services. That's the real key to growing.?

Barbara Branaman


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“Existing home sales were stronger than expected and that is providing an offset.”

George Davis


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“For Kodak, 2006 remains challenging, with apparently higher-than-expected (film sales) declines, which will pressure margins and earnings.”

Shannon Cross


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“Singapore is an important airline. It's really the gateway to aircraft sales in Asia. But at end of the day, one company with 10 aircraft is not going to make or break any program.”

Chris Mecray


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“From October to December, we expect at least $250 million to possibly as much as $750 million in sales industry-wide.”

Steve Nickerson


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“The German retail sales data today is one of the pieces of the puzzle that do not fit exactly.”

Edward Teather


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“In 1999 Roswells percentage was 6 percent of the local options sales tax. However, its now around 9 percent or 10 percent. The county kept telling us it wasnt necessary to renegotiate until they had to update their comprehensive land use plan, which they had to do by the end of this month,”

David Davidson


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“There's no sales rep, and we are not negotiating, so the price is fixed at $1 per CPU per hour. People are talking about software as a service. This is computing as a service, and no one else is doing this.”

Aisling Macrunnels


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“We don't think the J105 range will cannibalize our Intel sales and have no interest in switching people from Intel to AMD.”

David Nicol


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