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Tevah Sturm

Tevah works in marketing at List Partners Inc. She grew up in DC, and is currently a rising junior at Emory University.

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VAI Deep Dive: Fabletics

by Tevah Sturm | August 13, 2017

Fabletics, the women’s athleisure brand made famous by its famous co-founder Kate Hudson, has seen some changes over the last year. The brand started purely online, and continues to do most of its business through its website. However, the company is starting to roll out its new strategy,...

Most Searched Companies

by Tevah Sturm | August 08, 2017

At the beginning of each month we sit down and take a look at which brands our subscribers have been looking at, and connect the dots between the news and the opportunities. 

Business Lead Generation: Marketing Professionals Love These Tools

by Tevah Sturm | July 17, 2017

No top marketer says they got where they are today with no help at all. While achieving goals will lead to climbing the corporate ladder - and we can all look to the people who help and guide us through our careers - we tend to overlook the software and apps we use to get those results. Here are...

Most Searched Brands and Companies

by Tevah Sturm | July 10, 2017

At the beginning of each month we sit down and take a look at which brands our subscribers have been looking at, and connect the dots between the news and the opportunities. 

5 Myths About Prospecting

by Tevah Sturm | July 07, 2017

Prospecting success relies on tenacity, a thick skin and a targeted list of decision makers to reach out to. But there are so many myths about sales prospecting -- so many small obstacles some sales people see as insurmountable -- we figured it was time to address some of them. 

Vulnerable Account Index Deep Dive: Taco Bell

by Tevah Sturm | June 28, 2017

When you think of Taco Bell, you probably think of college kids making late night runs to the fast food joint to pick up heaping amounts of low-cost Tex-Mex study fuel. But your mind might not automatically jump to hip strategies that tap straight into the Millennial market.