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- Guerrilla Marketing
- Corporate Culture Change
- Create a Sales Empire
- Help Everyone in the Company Think like a Salesperson – Even the Accountants!
- Get High Productivity without High Pressure
- Doing Business in Mexico and Latin America
- Increasing Your Sales in the Hispanic Community
Management | Marketing | Customer Service | Sales | Strategic Planning | Corporate Culture | Future | Globalization
Steve Savage is an acclaimed sales and management strategist who has helped dozens of companies dramatically increase their sales and profits.
Mr. Savage’s strategies are based on a lifetime of building companies throughout the Western Hemisphere. He has achieved many dazzling successes (and a few failures). He took one company from zero to $60 million in six years and sold it to Colgate Palmolive.
His academic credentials are solid, with a BA in philosophy from Wheaton College and an MBA in marketing from Michigan State University (magna cum laude). However, his marketing and sales tactics do not come from the ivory tower. They come straight from the trenches.
Jay Levinson, author of Guerrilla Marketing (20 million copies sold) describes Steve Savage as “the most brilliant and gutsy guerrilla marketer I have ever known.”
Steve Savage is a powerful public speaker. He has worked with corporate CEO’s in promoting culture change to make each company totally customer oriented. He motivates, coaches and trains sales forces to raise them to their maximum capabilities.
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- Savage Sales Secrets: 29 Proven Strategies for Profitable Sales (2010)
- Guerrilla Business Secrets
- Savage Sales Secrets
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