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Trade: A Time for War…or Peace?
E-books / Entrepreneurs / May 14, 2019 / Posted by Nikolaus Kimla / 7155 

Trade: A Time for War…or Peace?

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WITH ALL THE RECENT TALK OF TRADE WARS – NICKOLAUS KIMLA’S EBOOK IS MORE RELEVANT THAN EVER!

Why is trade so important, and why has a company that produces a CRM solution gone to the time and trouble to create an ebook about trade?

Let’s take a look at some recent expert comments about trade:

Free trade has become even harder to sell to a public perceiving a competitive threat from developing countries. Trump denounced the Trans-Pacific Partnership pact between the US and 11 Pacific Rim countries, and the North American Free Trade agreement with Canada and Mexico…. No one countered that US consumers, including many Trump voters, bought cheap goods at Target and Walmart thanks to efficient global supply chains and cheap labor in the developing world.

Financial Times Weekend, 12/12/2016 Life & Arts Page 1

The president-elect announced the creation of a new National Trade Council inside the White House to facilitate industrial policy, and named an ardent skeptic to trade with China, economist Peter Navarro, to head it.

Wall Street Journal, 12/22/2016 Page 1

While trade is a very hot topic at the present time, we’re certainly not experts on the subject. We can only point out the key issues, state that this is our observation, and indicate that there are some key issues people need to better understand. We also support the idea that the new presidential administration has selected a person from an academic background, as opposed to a political one, to head up the National Trade Council.

In answer to why Pipeliner is creating an ebook about trade, it is really quite simple: Ours is a software solution that empowers sales—and trade is the core of sales, and is the core of economics as well.

Sales at the Forefront

As many of Nikolaus Kimla’s readers know, his philosophy—as well as his product, Pipeliner CRM—is based in the Austrian School of Economic Thought. As stated by the Austrian School founding father Carl Menger, trade has a peacekeeping component. This has never been more evident than it is now.

Another reason for this ebook is that salespeople, sales leaders and organizations must have a firm understanding of trade because of today’s global economy. Many companies are now conducting business in more than one country. The world is headed in this direction and there is no turning back.

We have always said that sales is the most important profession in today’s world. It is at the forefront any company’s effort to do business, to trade. We want sales organizations to succeed and thrive. Hence, with this ebook, we are providing an understanding of trade, its importance, and how you can succeed with it.

About Author

A 30-year veteran of the computer industry, Nikolaus has founded and run several software companies. He and his company uptime iTechnology are the developers of World-Check, a risk intelligence platform eventually sold to Thomson Reuters for $520 million. He is currently the founder and CEO of Pipeliner Sales, Inc., developer and publisher of Pipeliner CRM, the first CRM application aimed squarely at actually empowering salespeople. Also a prolific writer, Nikolaus has authored over 100 ebooks, articles and white papers addressing the subjects of sales management, leadership and sales itself.

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Emmanuel John commented...

No gain saying that we need trade to survive in this eco system of ours. Trump is completely correct by his act of ending the contempt between China and America in the technology world of trading. Trading is need what we need to bring a lasting solution to crisis. Trading among nations should be a strengthener to peace. Love your insight on sales.

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