Welcome to Envelope Mart USA, one of the largest wholesale envelope printing and manufacturing companies in the United States. We are pleased to offer more than 2,000 styles, sizes and colors of envelopes in stock to allow for quick turnaround at a great price. If you would like a distributor kit click here, fill out the form and we will ship you a kit right away. Our customer service reps are the best in the industry and ready to assist if you have questions. Contact us Monday thru Friday, 8:00am to 5:30pm EST.
JOB FAIR | Tuesday, January 28th | 9:30AM – 3:30PM
ENVELOPE MART | 2595 Tracy Court, Bldg 2, Door 1 | Northwood, OH
Envelope Mart is looking for Operators to work at our Northwood OH manufacturing facility:
All shifts (6am-2pm), (2pm-10pm), (10pm-6am) | Full and part time positions
$12.25 / hour
Benefits eligible for full time positions after 30 days
You must be able to pass a drug and nicotine tests
Walk ins welcome on this day only
Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
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“There’s a big difference between getting someone to like your product and getting someone to buy,” says Derek Rucker, a social psychologist at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management. They need to feel certain it’s right for them, so engage their doubts. “Challenge consumers to critique your product. When they fail to find significant faults, they become more confident of the product’s merits.”
Reinforce the positive
During a sales conversation, listen closely for comments your customer makes that reinforce your position. Maybe they say, “I’ve never thought of it that way.” Or, “I can see how that might help us.” Then respond by saying “I hear that a lot,” or mention another client of yours who said the same thing. You’re bringing them over to your way of thinking, says Rucker.
Let the customer do the selling
Think of it this way: Rather than sell a customer, you’re providing the evidence for customers to sell themselves. Rucker suggests asking potential buyers what they look for in your type of product. “The idea is that if they self-generate the list of attributes they desire, and we have those, then they can conclude for themselves we are the right product for them,” he says.
Keep meeting their needs
“People buy in order to experience the feelings they get from having their needs met,” says Phil Glosserman, a sales coach and co-author of The Referral Code and Selling the Feeling. Your product may meet those needs, yes, but customers are also looking for you to meet them on a personal level. If a potential customer doesn’t like something in your product, call back when it’s fixed -- and say thanks for the great idea.