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Don Mazzella with IQ 7/15/2021

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* Nationally Recognized Media Personality and Commentator
* Board member of a Non-Profit NJ-based Medical Marijuana Dispensary
* Board member of the National Robotics Education Foundation
* Internationally Known Reporter, covering events such as the JFK Assassination and the Warren Commission investigations* Expert on Small Business Operations
* COO & Editorial Director of Information Strategies, Inc. whose main publication, Small Business Digest with more than 3.2 million opt-in small business readers and healthcare industry stakeholders (www.smallbusinessdigestmag.com)
* Author, Co-Author, and Publisher/Producer of Several Books
* Won a National Press Club Award for Best Consumer Magazine
* Nationally Known Speaker, he has appeared on television (MSNBC, Bloomberg) and radio programs as well as being quoted in such publications as The Wall Street Journal
* Educator who has taught at some of the naion’s top universities.

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Biden Inflation and the COVID Delta Variant Have Wall Street and Main Street Spooked, What should Investors Do?

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As the Dow Jones Industrial Average posted its worst day since October of last year over pandemic fears, FOX Business has learned that top executives at the Big Banks are closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus Delta variant and how it may impact plans to re-open offices particularly in large urban areas such as New York City.

People at banks such as JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs say that so far they’ve made no changes to their re-opening plans. JPMorgan and Goldman have already told employees to begin to return to the office after about a year of at-home working during the worst of the pandemic. While Morgan Stanley has said it expects employees to return to the office after Labor Day.

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Supreme Court defies critics with wave of unanimous decisions

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9 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Increase Your Sales (in 2021!)

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9 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Increase Your Sales (in 2021!)

Shawn Casemore – Accelerate Sales Growth

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Dateline: Toronto, Ontario
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Have you considered how artificial intelligence can increase your sales? From recommendations on leads to follow up with, to prioritizing daily activities, AI can be a game changer when it comes to accelerating sales growth.

Many of my clients aren’t clear on what AI is, never mind how it can be used to increase sales. So let’s start here.

What Is Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence in machines that are programmed to think and act like humans.
If a machine of some kind exhibits the kind of characteristics or traits that a human might, such as problem solving, as a result it is considered to have (or contain) AI.
You’re already using AI in many of your daily tasks.
Every time you ask Siri or Alexa a question or tell them to do something, you’re using artificial intelligence.
Automated financial investing to virtual travel booking agents and social media monitoring are great examples of AI at work.
How Is Artificial Intelligence Used in Sales?

AI is a great tool to support improved prospecting rates and higher close rates, and to drive overall productivity gains in sales.
However, it’s not about replacing your sales team with AI. It’s about using AI to make better decisions and to automate activities.
By using data, machines can learn and make forecasts and recommendations as to how sales agents or reps spend their time. The result can be a greater focus and higher levels of productivity.
AI truly is a way to move salespeople to work of higher value, rather than letting them act as order takers.
What Are the Benefits of Using Artificial Intelligence in Sales?
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Shawn Casemore
(519) 379-7697
shawn@shawncasemore.com

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