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  • Startup Talks in the Park l You and Yours Distillery Co. Cofounders

    On Wednesday, July 19th Laura Johnson and Luke Mahoney, cofounders of You & Yours Distillery Co, were guest speakers for Startup Talks in the Park. You & Yours is San Diego’s very first urban distillery; Laura and Luke shared their innovative journey to opening the doors at their tasting room in East Village. Laura also...

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  • The Importance of a CRM for Lead Nurturing: 3 Pro Tips

    If you work in sales, you are most likely equipped with a stellar Customer Relationship Manager. However, more often than not, CRMs can end up being an expensive piece of software that leads get funneled into never to be seen again. The point of a CRM is not to simply house thousands of emails, but...

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  • Start Up Talks in the Park l Barb Fiorina of Meals on Wheels

    Next up in the Start Up Talks in the Park series is Barb Fiorina, Director of Development from Meals on Wheels San Diego County. Meals on Wheels San Diego County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that delivers nutritious meals and moments of human connection to homebound seniors in San Diego County. Barb spoke to Underground Elephant employees about Meals on Wheels’ importance of...

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  • The Art of Cold Calling

    Cold calling is intimidating. For both the caller and the call recipient, the thought of talking to a stranger on the phone can be panic inducing. Even seasoned sales professionals sometimes get squeamish at the thought of picking up the phone to make an unsolicited call. If you work in sales, however, cold calling is...

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  • Working Friends, Working Relationships

    Through my years at Underground Elephant i have been able to build a multitude of strong interpersonal relationships in the workplace due to the many great people that i have had the pleasure to work with.  Working with amazing, fun people could be considered the best reason to come to 808 J St. and continue to...

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