Sales and marketing firm Roar Ambition understands that it can be tough to build momentum when returning to work at the start of a brand-new year. However, with the success of its clients’ campaigns resting on the performance of its contractors, the firm has shared how it is helping energise these professionals.
Sales and marketing expert Roar Ambition has confirmed its growth goals for 2018, after learning of a fascinating study outlining digital customer service is leaving customers cold.
Roar Ambition was shocked by a recent claim that workplace happiness in the UK has hit an all-time low this year. The firm has been investigating how businesses can boost happiness and loyalty among workforces, and shared what it’s doing to boost workplace happiness and fulfilment.
After research revealed that those under the age of 22 are expecting different things from the workplace, Roar Ambition has spoken on why it’s good for every industry to shake things up and adapt to new ideas.
Some people seem to succeed more quickly than others, and maintain success over decades, where others fail to do so. But why is it that this small sub-sect of highly successful people seems to be so varied?
Roar Ambition recently hosted a morning meeting with their team of contractors to discuss how to develop the confidence needed to be the best version of themselves.
In an incentive held for their contractors, Roar Ambition recently gave their top five performers the opportunity to win an all expenses paid trip to New York.
Following one of the most highly anticipated boxing matches in the last ten years, between UFC fighter Conor McGregor and boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jnr., the sales and marketing specialists at Roar Ambition have been discussing what lessons can be learned from the epic sporting event.
Enterprising SME, Roar Ambition claim competition is the number one factor for success. They have recently released a statement to announce that they are looking for contractors who believe the winning mentality and competitive nature is key.
A recent study indicated that financial rewards are not enough to encourage people to perform certain tasks. In a report conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research, they discovered that despite receiving an Amazon gift card, customers were not sufficiently motivated to visit the gym any more.