The Four Best Practices to Successful Prospecting
Using miEdge™, up-to-date, trusted business intelligence is critical to prospecting and lead generation strategies. How do you use that information to guarantee successful prospecting?
Prospecting is routinely viewed as an evil task and an incredible time sink by many professionals, but we all know you need to consistently fill the sales funnel with qualified leads to grow revenues. You can troll social media, access old or out of date information venues or hope that customer referrals will keep you afloat. Nothing replaces a trusted source of current business intelligence to find the companies that are ready to hear from you.
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Finding the right prospect can be a challenge and always seems to take too much time. Let's face it, prospecting isn't what most of us want to spend our time on, but it is the most important activity required to grow and maintain your business.Read more ...
miEdge in conjunction with SourceMedia provides the 2017 top 5 carriers in each state
New Boston, NH – June 6th, 2017, miEdge™ the premiere provider of Form 5500 health & welfare prospect and data analytic solutions in conjunction with Employee Benefit Advisor, announced the 2017 market place ranking* for the top 5 large-group employee benefit insurance carriers by state.
Mark Smith, Founder & CEO of miEdge comments, “miEdge congratulates these impressive insurance carriers. Being in the top 5 means you offer great products, competitive pricing and great customer service. miEdge’s ranking is unique in that it does not rely on any self disclosed data, everyone plays by the same rules. We are proud to provide this market insight to help buyers make better and more informed decisions.”Read more ...
miEdge in conjunction with SourceMedia provides the 2017 top 5 large-group brokerages in each state
New Boston, NH – May 26th, 2017, miEdge™ the premiere provider of Form 5500 health & welfare prospect and data analytic solutions in conjunction with Employee Benefit Advisor, announced the 2017 market place ranking* for top 5 large-group employee benefit brokerages by state.
Mark Smith, Founder & CEO of miEdge comments, “The broker and advisor function is critically important in making sure that employers receive the best advice, product and service possible. Each of the top 5 brokers listed have proven themselves to be among the best. We congratulate them all.”
The ranking is based on commissions paid, which plan sponsors include in the Form 5500 Schedule A data they submit to the Department of Labor. Note: Groups under 100 lives, government entities and church plans are not required to file and any disclosure on Schedule C's are not contemplated in these numbers.Read more ...
miEdge Co-Founder and Chief Data Officer Receives National Honor
AMHERST- Richard Lowney, a resident of Amherst, received the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Jeremiah Milbank Gold Medallion award at the organization’s National Conference in Dallas recently.
This prestigious award is the organization’s highest honor for board volunteers. It recognizes exemplary service of national significance to the Movement. Past recipients include President Jimmy Carter who also championed America’s youth.
With more than 3,000 people, from all 50 states in attendance, Lowney was applauded for his decades of service to New Hampshire’s youth, and to boys and girls throughout the country.
Since 1983, the New Hampshire businessman has helped raise money and awareness, and affect policy to advance the programs that serve more than 31,000 children in New Hampshire’s 13 Boys & Girls Clubs. Lowney is President of the NH Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs.
Lowney was honored for raising the standards of board engagement, while inspiring and mentoring future generations of youth and board leaders, laying the groundwork that continues to encourage others to strive for excellence in helping children who need support the most.
The Jeremiah Milbank National Gold Medallion was first minted in 2008, named in honor of a man known for his kindness and generosity. A 1942 graduate of Yale, Milbank then served in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific during World War II, and after the war earned his M.B.A. from Harvard. He then began his career in private finance and investment. With a focus on giving back, Milbank helped millions of Americans through his philanthropic spirit and humanitarian efforts.Read more ...