Broadcast advice from your favorite sales experts to continuously keep best practices top of mind through your office TVs. Keeping sales reps and managers alike engaged and motivated year-round is now easier (and less costly) than ever.
The Warriors are up 3 games to none in the NBA Finals and have a chance to win it all tonight. What are the odds they will pull off a sweep in the finals against a very good Cleveland team tonight?
Successful sales teams treat sales as a science, backing out the exact number of prospecting activities, meetings, and proposals they need in order to hit their quota. John Barrows breaks down 3 sales closing techniques to help you drive more wins.
Here are four ways to build better teams in your workplace with friendly competition. Increase productivity, happiness, and results.
Successful sales teams treat sales as a science, backing out the exact number of prospecting activities, meetings and proposals they need in order to hit their quota. The key is starting with a healthy pipeline and optimizing conversions from stage to stage of the sales cycle. So, how good is your sales team at driving deals to close?
The future of work involves an increasingly mobile, remote workforce. Thus, the challenge becomes not only to maintain a positive company culture for your in-house staff, but also to immerse all your remote workers in your company culture.
Our customers display Hoopla TV on thousands of screens in hundreds of offices around the world to keep employees informed and motivated, while optimizing performance. We are often asked about the best ways to broadcast these channels onto TVs, so we've come up with the top 5 ways to display Hoopla on the big screen.
We use Google Sheets internally here at Hoopla, so integrating it with our platform was an obvious next step in the evolution of our platform. For our customers, Google Sheets offers four key new advantages...
The combined forces of the digital revolution and the millennial generation's transition into adulthood will bring exciting new changes to the workplace. As the first generation of digital natives, millennials bring a lot to the table, and building an office around their updated communication and work styles offers exciting possibilities. Although they don't always laugh at my Seinfeld references (and never want to borrow my CDs), putting in the right framework and processes to maximize their potential can be a game-changer.