Aexus opens Eindhoven Office, appoints Jacques Vaessen as lead Business Development Manager

Posted by Chris Gerretsen on Nov 15, 2018 8:55:19 AM

Aexus, the leading European sales and business development organization, will open a new office near the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven. As an important international tech hub, it is a perfect new base of operations for Aexus. Jacques Vaessen, Business Development Manager at Aexus, will manage the Eindhoven team.

What you need to know before expanding your business internationally

Posted by Chris Gerretsen on Dec 20, 2017 11:05:00 AM

You finished developing this great innovative solution but you don’t have an actual footprint yet. You want to penetrate the European market, but are hesitant on how to go about this. After all, you are a scale up, you don’t have too many employees and don’t want to take too many risks.

How to grow your business by outsourcing sales

Posted by Maaike Voeten on Dec 7, 2017 4:06:31 PM

Marlise Mahieu is the co-founder of Soosr, an online platform that makes social recruitment easy, appealing and trackable. Wanting to scale up her business in a cost effective way, without taking too many risks, she decided to outsource Soosr’s sales activities. By doing so, Soosr was able to focus on its core competencies, and save a lot of valuable time.

How Qualifio achieved 50%+ market coverage in the Dutch publishing & media market within a year

Posted by Eric Haeken on Dec 19, 2016 1:35:23 PM

Qualifio is the most powerful online platform to create and publish viral interactions on websites, mobile apps and social networks. Within one year, Qualifio achieved a 50%+ market coverage in the Dutch publishing & media market.

Improve revenue predictability by better qualification of your key accounts

Posted by Chris Gerretsen on Dec 15, 2016 3:15:08 PM

One of the key challenges of CEO’s and VP’s of tech and software companies is to make their revenues more predictable. They need to ramp-up their sales teams, and build effective processes for prospecting and sales pipelines in order to be able to provide reliable revenue forecasts to investors and / or shareholders. An in-depth understanding of the strength of the sales funnel is crucial here. Obtaining such an understanding can be complicated, especially in enterprise sales situations, where several departments are involved and the decision making process can be opaque. 

Related: 10 Questions to ask when selecting your sales outsourcing partner

We have developed a qualification checklist to help you analyze the strength of your funnel. It consist of 19 questions and is divided into 5 categories:

How to expand your international business in a clever and cost effective way

Posted by Maaike Voeten on Dec 15, 2016 12:34:00 PM

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You want to grow your company's business and accelerate sales. Not just in your home market, but internationally. Where you and your executives don’t know the culture or language. And where you don't have existing customers or even contacts yet.

10 questions to ask when selecting your sales outsourcing partner

Posted by Chris Gerretsen on Dec 5, 2016 12:51:42 PM

Selecting the right partner for your market development activities is not easy. Sales and business development activities in a new territory are of strategic importance to your organization. Therefore, a sales outsourcing partner must be selected wisely and carefully. Here’s a list of questions you should ask in order to separate the wheat from the chaff.

6 Reasons for outsourcing your sales when expanding internationally

Posted by Maaike Voeten on Dec 1, 2016 10:00:00 PM

Any company expanding internationally must take the target nation’s legal, regulatory, and cultural environment into consideration. Companies can thereby choose to build up their own sales force in the new, uncharted territory, or they can outsource (part of) the commercial activities to a specialized organization. Especially for suppliers of complex tech and software solutions, outsourcing the commercial activities may be an excellent choice or welcome addition to their international expansion plans for the reasons set out below.

Why your European market entry strategy should start in the North

Posted by Chris Gerretsen on Nov 29, 2016 2:13:22 PM

 “The European market” does not exist. Europe is a motley collection of countries and states, each with their own culture, language, history and oddities. For software and tech companies wishing to penetrate the European market, it is often difficult to determine where to begin. So what should be the starting point of your European market entry strategy?

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