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RelSci, the leading relationship mapping and business development platform, has launched a new contact intelligence product to help users grow their relationship network with less effort.
You have the names of CEOs, business execs and managers of companies. But do they think highly of you? Are you the person they call when they have a specific problem? Are you the leader of your industry who can not only solve that specific problem, but do it in a professional way that clearly explains why you were chosen? Expanding your contact database is the only way for your business to grow. It all starts with gaining the trust and dependability of your clients.
Sadly, not putting in the work (and time) toward building long-lasting, profitable and life-fulfilling business relationships quickly puts you in the back of customers’ minds. This means your quarterly reports and annual income will gradually plummet. How? Because business is run by many minds, talents, and natural skills. Successful people – Gates and Allen or Jobs and Wozniak, for example – worked together to build their global empires. None of them could have made it as far as they have without having solid business relationships.
The foundation of any successful business is marketing properly. The key here is to ensure your business (and you, since your brand’s image is everything) is exactly the type of business your target market is looking for. Creating a LinkedIn Group (or joining one) puts you “face-to-face” with ultra-specif leads each and every week. The important mission for your group is to build a profitable relationship. How do you do that? By making yourself known in your industry/field.
Relationship Science (RelSci), a business development solution that enables users to leverage their networks to connect with influential industry leaders, has incorporated professional contact data into its online platform. Users can purchase credits to unlock the emails and phone numbers of individuals profiled within the RelSci database.
Andrew Ross Sorkin, DealBook columnist for The Times, discusses the tech tools he uses for staying on top of his personal and business life. When asked what is his favorite tool for tracking mergers and acquisitions, he responded that, “I sometimes use a service called Relationship Science, which is a fascinating way to understand the connections between the people I cover. Think Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, or in this case, Six Degrees of Jamie Dimon.” Read more about the interview.
Financial advisers are increasingly automating the process of finding new customers. Data mining software can craw through social networks to match clients with potential customers – a big time saver for advisers. In a highly competitive market for financial planning and advisory services, advisers are looking to new ways to find customers – techniquest that go beyond sifting through address books, cold calling, buying lists of contacts, or door-to-door introductions. Companies like Relationship Science offer electronic, data-based lead generation services to meet the demand from the adviser community.
The success of a nonprofit hinges on several factors. Expenses must be managed. Staff must be able to work effectively and promote the organization’s mission. And you need the right board of directors that can provide more than just financial support. Read our founder Neal Goldman’s advice on how to build your board of directors the right way.
RelSci is proud to announce the launch of RelSci Reports, a free feature that provides users with automated emails with actionable information on targeted major gift prospects based on the user’s own profile and mission. The initial service launch is for the nonprofit sector and will be followed by multiple other market segments.
Learn who the most well-connected figures in the tech industry are, generated by our own RelSci Rankings. The list also includes Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Hewlett Packard President and CEO Margaret Whitman.
Learn how our recently launched News & Alerts is poised to unseat Google Alerts as a research, discovery, and business intelligence tool.
Learn about how our brand new News & Alerts feature works.
RelSci founder Neal Goldman speaks to Fortune magazine about our recently launched News & Alerts service.
Learn how to tools like RelSci are helping professionals and organizations streamline and optimize prospecting and business development.
Learn all about our partnership with iWave, a nonprofit donor research and screening software provider for over 6,000 nonprofit organizations.
RelSci founder Neal Goldman talks to tech columnist Neil Hughes about opening up our exclusive database to all consumers.
Watch our founder and chairman Neal Goldman discuss how we try to solve the core problem of social networking.
VentureBeat covers the launch of our free site, RelationshipScience.com, and discusses our direct competition with LinkedIn.