El presidente Mauricio Macri recibió al director de Upstream del grupo petrolero Royal Dutch Shell, Andrew Brown, quien estuvo acompañado por el vicepresidente de Deepwater, Wael Sawan, y el titular de Shell Argentina, Sean Rooney.
De la audiencia, realizada en el despacho del Jefe de Estado en la Casa Rosada, también participaron el ministro de Hacienda, Nicolás Dujovne, y el secretario de Energía, Gustavo Lopetegui.(CasaRosada)
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Thursday, 07 February 2019
All businesses really should have an e-mail page.
Websites ranging in proportion and class from your local restaurant to a Fortune 500
company, have contact pages. At my current startup I've seen an array of requests…
in the pizza delivery guy letting us know he was in the door to potential
investors looking to chat with our management team.
If you're setting increase your contact page (and finding
the traffic volume of the local restaurant) would
likely not be thinking about how to take care of your contact requests when traffic increases.
But you should.
Think about establishing automation that alerts support, sales or any other stakeholders
in the company when a communication request comes through.
You may create a dropdown field in an application for sorts of
contact requests. You'll be able to create logic for most marketing automation platforms that sends email alerts to the suitable resource with your startup based upon what sort of request the viewer selects.
I was buried with contact requests when we launched beta.
Like a cloud-based product I saw many product support requests.
So that we mapped form submissions on our contact page to generate
support tickets in Zendesk.
You need to build redundancies so contact requests (important ones!) don't explore 1 recipient's inbox.
You are able to alert multiple recipients, create reminder emails,
or trigger automatic replies to contact requests with information which could solve their problem.
This is all a breeze to put together with all-in-one
marketing platforms like HubSpot.
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