3rd July 2012

Office Friendly Dealer Association is generating fresh business for members with its telemarketing offshoot, Call2Action.

The Sheffield-based dealer group has recruited two graduates from the city's Hallam University to kick-start the new business service and hopes to double its staff this summer. Over 30 businesses have already engaged the Call2Action team to help them explore new business leads as well as revive lapsed customers. The service uses market intelligence software to clean up customer databases and create tailored lists of targets, while setting up appointments for clients and following up their promotional activities. The graduate pair have benefited from specialised industry and sales training since joining Office Friendly in February to work on the project, and now a third edition to the team will join from the beginning of July. Our current offering entails, prospecting, appointment setting, regenerating lapsed customers, database cleansing and promotional activities, all for a low cost, no tie-in fee. For more information on how Office Friendly could help your business, whatever the industry, contact Tel: 0845 689 0442 or Email: sales@call2action.org.uk

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