Boston, MA, November 26, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- ComprehensiveAdvice.com welcomes Ask The Buyer to its growing family of advice columns.
Targeted for the dual niche markets of corporate purchasing and general sales, Ask The Buyer serves two purposes: it’s a resource for buyers to get advice and information on different aspects of their own profession and it’s a secret weapon for salespeople – providing the one thing they lust after almost as much as a signed order – access to the people who make buying decisions in corporations.
Every time the phone rings in a purchasing department, buyers dread that a chatty salesperson will be on the other end of the line. Even worse is when the receptionist announces that a salesperson waiting in the lobby has dropped in uninvited to see “whoever handles the purchasing of….” This column is the place where sales professionals “feel the love” from those who hold their potential commissions in the palms of their hands.
Purchasing professionals have traditionally had few places to go when they want to seek advice outside of their own organizations. That’s all changed now. They have access to the Buyer as well as the other readers of the column scattered across the country at various organizations who can weigh in on topics and questions.
A former member of the Purchasing Management Association of Boston, the Buyer has handled various commodities and services while working his way up in the Purchasing field over 8 years from Buying Assistant to Senior Buyer at a perennial Fortune 500 company before moving to his current position of Purchasing Consultant at a company recognized as one of the top 125 fastest growing companies in America by the Inc. 500 annual list released in October 2005.
For more information and a sample column, visit the main website page www.ComprehensiveAdvice.com.
Writer Matthew W. Grant, founder of ComprehensiveAdvice.com, says, “The Ask The Buyer column is a little different from some of our wider–appealing, general interest columns. Although it has a narrower focus, it is a valuable resource to its target audience. We hope to have even more of these types of columns in the future.”
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