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New service helps find new business

New service helps find new business

According to Simon Angelo of consulting company, Angeloco.com Ltd, one of the most difficult tasks clients face is developing their businesses through finding new customers and distribution opportunities.

Author of Click & Grow Rich, a top-selling guide on Internet marketing, Mr. Angelo has developed a new solution to business development, known as E-Lead Generation(tm).

The lead generation service is designed to track down export sales, new customers locally and internationally, increase sales, find agents, distributors or joint venture partners and talk directly to finely targeted markets.

Angelo originally developed the service to track down an appropriate literary agent in the UK/US for his writing work.

Given the many responses achieved, and his successful result in signing with the right London agent for his work, he further developed the service to assist in business development for a wide variety of businesses and non-profit organizations.

If you would like further information on the above release, do not hesitate to contact me.

Simon Angelo Angeloco Ltd http://www.angeloco.com


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