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We are glad to welcome you on the official site of LOYP AGENCY.

LOYP AGENCY specializes in the implementation of business development projects. We offer a practical help in both the improvement of existing business ideas and the implementation of new ones. Our clients are the owners who are in search of ways to qualitative change of management structure of their companies, as well as investors implementing new projects in an open competitive environment.

Sales Management

Sales Management

The format of this service implies the ongoing efforts of our manager in your company as a sales executive with the LOYP AGENCY support. The aim of this is to achieve qualitative improvements in the culture of sales. The period for this is considered on an individual basis but in practice it is not less than six months.

The cost of the service will depend on sales department budget, advertising budget and current sales department staffing plan.


Scope of sales management service:

  • Compliance with subordination and regulations adopted by the company in the period of the LA manager as the sales executive;
  • Direct involvement in the transactions, that require the executive involvement;
  • Methodological work on improving commercial offers, promotional materials, contracts and sales staff correspondence;
  • The introduction of loyalty management system (Customer Relationship Management system, CRM), requests systematization and processing;
  • Work with staff, preparation of recommendations for the replacement of the LOYP AGENCY manager for their successive project leave.

Vision 

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