Case Studies

Trendr Mobile Meeting Platform Uses Nimble to Stay in Touch

Trendr Mobile Meeting Platform Uses Nimble to Stay in Touch
By February 10, 2014 Case Studies

Trendr is a mobile meeting platform (for iPhone and Android) that helps people in close proximity find each other through their LinkedIn profiles and set availability to meet. Once you’ve connected, just push the “let’s meet” button and the venue selection engine chooses a meeting site for you.

The promising startup describes itself as “The FourSquare of LinkedIn” — as FourSquare is to places, Trendr is to people looking for a meaningful conversation. Trendr meetups can be in any setting — a coffee shop, a football stadium and their “sweet spot” of large industry conferences. At large conferences, Trendr users can take advantage of convenient “Trendr meeting zones” to take networking to another level. With these zones, attendees can obtain new customers, increase repeat visits, and amplify their participant experience. Read more ›

Nimble Helps StateNewslines.com Monetize Content and Manage Relationships

Nimble Helps StateNewslines.com Monetize Content and Manage Relationships
By January 22, 2014 Case Studies

In theory, all the information floating around in social media is a crucial resource that businesses should use to connect with sales prospects and convert them into customers. In practice, the process is cumbersome, noisy, and often complicated.

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Social Media DIY Workshop: Making Nimble Use of a Career’s Happy Accidents

Social Media DIY Workshop: Making Nimble Use of a Career’s Happy Accidents
By November 21, 2013 Case Studies

Who is Social Media DIY Workshop?

Charlene Kingston is the person behind Social Media DIY Workshop,  teaching small businesses and solopreneurs how to incorporate social media into their businesses. Social media changed everything for her business, and she’s now helping others do the same. In short, she had a vision, and her vision has became her passion.

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The Case for Using Nimble: A Financial Services Professional Speaks Out

The Case for Using Nimble: A Financial Services Professional Speaks Out
By October 2, 2013 Case Studies

Nimble is my #1 CRM system for professional services

In making the claim that Nimble is the #1 CRM for professional services, let’s start with a bit of background – I have a 25-year career in financial services as either as a financial adviser or managing financial advisers (along with a stint in marketing). I have been running my own business for two years — one that helps financial services firms protect and build their value with strategic thinking and implementation.

For as long as I have been involved with driving sales and creating relationships, until I found Nimble I was not able to find a CRM system that is effective for both management and the front line staff — at least not at a price that would make it a worthwhile investment. Read more ›

Case Study: Ithaka Leadership Development

Case Study: Ithaka Leadership Development
By August 6, 2013 Case Studies

About Ithaka

Ithaka Leadership is a small United Kingdom management development consultancy  that uses an innovative and proven model to help clients understand personality, confirm culture and leadership style, and create the right vision and strategies to sharpen decision making to attain client goals. The majority of their business is based on repeat business, so the need for keeping in contact with customers is vital. Read more ›

Nimble Enables Inflexion-Point to Build Productive Business Relationships

Nimble Enables Inflexion-Point to Build Productive Business Relationships
By July 23, 2013 Case Studies

About Inflexion-Point

Bob Apollo is the founder of Inflexion-Point Strategy Partners, a UK-based B2B consultancy focused on improving sales and marketing performance for customers with high growth potential.

“There are a lot of competent marketing agencies focused on things like content, social, and inbound marketing. Equally, there are many respectable sales training organizations. We’re deliberately different. Our particular value lies in our ability to help the two functions work together more effectively to connect the marketing message with the sales conversation.”

“Our clients are all B2B-focused technology-based organizations. They are typically either post-startup expansion-stage businesses, or the entrepreneurial divisions of larger organizations. Many are in the process of entering new markets, expanding existing ones, or bringing a new class of product or service to market — but in every case they have high (but as yet unfulfilled) growth potential.” Read more ›