New revenue is the lifeblood of your business. Make revenue growth more predictable by identifying and fixing the missing or poorly-performing areas of your Revenue Growth Engine.
Client loyalty comes from a superior client experience. You likely have more that you could offer your current clients. Drive more cross-sell revenue while boosting client retention with a client experience plan.
Great companies that provide meaningful work and give back to their communities need to grow. Money is not the total end game of life or business. What revenue growth does is create more options allowing for more impact.
In this brief video, Darrell shares the Revenue Growth Engine strategy and why he is passionate about helping great businesses grow revenue.
Having helped thousands of companies over the past 25 years, I understand the frustrations of growing a business. I’ve devoted my life to helping great businesses grow revenue.
Too many great businesses are growing slowly. Great businesses provide meaningful jobs and give back to the community. I believe these businesses must grow!
If you have a great business, I wrote Revenue Growth Engine for you. I'm committed to providing the resources to help you succeed.
To your success,
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I'm a fan of marketing experts like Donald Miller, Marcus Sheridan, and Seth Godin. In sales, I love authors like Jeb Blount, Larry Levine, and Lee Salz. While these books are packed with helpful ideas, we need a model to pull all of it together to achieve the ultimate goal: revenue growth.
Marketing and sales must be aligned to drive growth. I believe this is possible when both are focused on the end goal of revenue growth. I wrote the book by combining 12 years of sales and sales training experience to create a model that aligns sales and marketing to drive revenue.
As I met with business owners, I discovered that most of them didn't have an overarching plan for revenue growth that aligned sales and marketing. As a result, many of the core processes were also missing. While the overall business had solid operations and delivery, sales and marketing was more like the wild west.
I also noticed that most business owners seemed overwhelmed when it came time to make decisions related to sales and marketing--especially inbound marketing. They'd made investments, but none of it seemed to really pay off. They wanted to see a plan that pulled it all together to get results.