Why?

Because sales should be personalized

A crowded room of people. All with similar profiles. Someone is shouting into the room. Nobody is listening.


This is sales today. That “someone” is you.

You are converging 1% reply rate, trying to keep up with your quota while spending time researching info on prospects and doing manual data entry on your leads. You are doing too much personalisation and not enough personal


With all the fancy tech we’ve got - databases, automated emails, sequences, intent tools and all that jazz - we have built a big efficient machine but have lost what made revenue happen: the genuine human connection. The birthday of someone’s daughter, a referral to the post you actually read in full, the follow up that is not automated or after a Linkedin connection a message as simple as “Hey hey, wanna chat?”


Sales, at its core, should be as personal as a handwritten letter, sealed with wax and delivered with a smile. That's what we need to get back to. Because when it comes down to it, nobody wants to be just another face in the crowd, another "one of a hundred in a box."

Why?

Because sales should be personalized

A crowded room of people. All with similar profiles. Someone is shouting into the room. Nobody is listening.


This is sales today. That “someone” is you.

You are converging 1% reply rate, trying to keep up with your quota while spending time researching info on prospects and doing manual data entry on your leads. You are doing too much personalisation and not enough personal


With all the fancy tech we’ve got - databases, automated emails, sequences, intent tools and all that jazz - we have built a big efficient machine but have lost what made revenue happen: the genuine human connection. The birthday of someone’s daughter, a referral to the post you actually read in full, the follow up that is not automated or after a Linkedin connection a message as simple as “Hey hey, wanna chat?”


Sales, at its core, should be as personal as a handwritten letter, sealed with wax and delivered with a smile. That's what we need to get back to. Because when it comes down to it, nobody wants to be just another face in the crowd, another "one of a hundred in a box."