Answering Quora: How do I sell medical devices to hospitals? This question gets asked a lot of times on Quora and tends to generate some interestingly varied responses, given the broad scope the topic covers. In this post, we’ll discuss our take on this question by focusing on a specific aspect of selling medical devices: deciding between doing direct selling vs. partnering with distributors. Choosing the right sales channel is a critical decision to make since it’s going to influence whether or not your product reaches the customers you’re aiming for. That’s why arriving at this decision involves weighing a lot of factors. There’s more to it than just opting for the cheaper option, and that’s what today’s entry is going to talk about. Related: Industry Insights: Fixing What’s Wrong With B2B Healthcare Marketing Laying the Groundwork But first, it’s important to note some of the things you need to take into account prior to bringing your medical device to market. Related: Healthcare Consulting Firm Poised to Expand in High-Growth Market #1.
Case Study: Callbox Passes Diagnostic Test with Flying Colors Campaign Type Lead Generation Target Industries Laboratory and collection sites, Staffing and temporary agencies, Security agencies, Rehabilitation centers, Probation, Occupational health & Behavioral health Target Contacts C-suite, Quality Analyst, Portfolio Manager, COO, CIO, CTO, Physicians, Manager/Director or PICs The Client Incorporated in 2002, The Client is a National O.E.M. and distributor of in-vitro diagnostic products, selling 2 million drug tests annually and growing into one of the largest distributors of rapid on-site drug tests in the United States. The Challenge In line with its primary goal to provide high quality drug testing products with outstanding service at affordable prices, the company sought the assistance of a business solutions partner to be able to reach and capture a chunk of the market shared with competitors. Campaign Type Lead Generation Target Industries Target Contacts The Client The Challenge
8 Things a Lead Generation Agency Should Provide Lead generation services agencies are the best. They can leverage their specialization in bringing in qualified leads while their clients can focus on product development and customer service. It’s a solid recipe for rapid scaling and growth. In this guide, we take a look at the 8 things that a lead generation agency should easily provide to all their clients. Quality Database Everything revolves around data. A good lead generation agency should have a robust database of leads that includes demographic information, characteristics, habits, etc. This helps in segmenting possible prospects, crafting personalized messages for them, and eventually getting them to convert. Also, it’s not just about the quantity of information that they have about a lead, but the quality. Everything rises and falls on good data. Related: How to Build and Grow Your Marketing Database in 2021 A Long-Term Plan (and Contract) There should always be a long-term plan in place that aligns with the client’s values and goals.
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Case Study: Callbox Prints Out Success For ICT Leader 1. Callbox validated contact details in the database to ensure accuracy by sending initial emails with overview on the total print managed services. 2. Active responses like opened emails, website visits, clicked links, downloads and queries were tracked via the Pipeline Lead Nurture Tool and saved for follow-up. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. Want to know more? Lead Generation Strategies for Video Software Products and Services As technology continues to advance, there are countless opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs. This is great news if you’re the owner or marketer of a tech company, specifically the video software industry as it is the go-to marketing tool nowadays. But this also means that your potential customers have a lot of options and an ever wider range of options. They’re going to look carefully at all of the options available before reaching out for more information, and if you want them to choose yours, you need to have a strategy in place for attracting qualified leads. For companies working in video software, lead generation is an essential part of the marketing process. Offer Free Trials No one wants to buy a product without knowing it will work for them. Consider making a free demo the primary offer on a landing page, or offer it directly on your homepage. Working with Influencers Send out the product to key influencers before launching, along with links to landing pages. Send out Surveys
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Callbox Mines a Shimmering Success For Jewelry ERP 1. The Client submitted a list of 300 companies (100 from each target country) for Callbox to profile. 2. Callbox then identified all relevant decision makers (persons in charge of HR, recruitment, and talent acquisition) from each company, using records from Callbox’s in-house database and through desk research. 3. 1. 2. 3. Callbox Lead Generation Campaign Accelerated Market Success for SaaS Provider Location California (CA), USA Headquarters Campaign Type Lead Generation, Appointment Setting Target Industries Ecommerce companies / websites Target Contacts Business Owners, Ecommerce Managers, IT Manager, IT Director, Chief Financial Officer, Finance Manager The Client The Client is an innovative web-based, for-profit company in America that allows application integration among end-users. The Challenge Ecommerce was already in existence when the Client found its place in the industry. However, the multi-apps usage sprang issues like systems not syncing, strayed data and high cost of maintenance and developments to get several applications to work well together.