SOURCE: Chicago Marketing
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - Jan 24, 2014) - 2013 found many companies still downsizing as they struggle to succeed against the pressures of today's economy. Chicago Marketing, Inc. has found a way to not only survive the wild of the business jungle, but instead to flourish into a triumphant business that shows no signs of impediment entering the New Year.
With unemployment averaging nearly 9% it is a wonder that Chicago Marketing is continuing to grow at such a promising rate. While recent growth from the Oakbrook Terrace office has produced successful offices in Northern Indiana, Joliet, Northbrook and Rockford areas, business continues to boom in the Chicago area.
The base for CRMI has expanded into popular retail locations in addition to multiple sports venues, closing the gap between products and people. In fact, their new CED has doubled in size in the last 10 months. By introducing quality entertainment, products or unique services, employees know that they are providing only the best to their customers. This standard of customer satisfaction is what keeps the Chicago Marketing team confident in delivering success for both the company and its clients. Chicago Marketing follows the idea that if its employees are happy, then the consumers they communicate with will find satisfying results, which in turn makes Tier-1 clients happy. Chicago Marketing, Inc. continues this satisfaction through well-executed marketing plans and excellent an attitude.
"It is my expectation that we will continue to grow as a powerhouse throughout the Midwest Region. My hope in the upcoming year is to see Chicago Marketing set the standard for marketing and consumer acquisitions, and also serving second to none for new industries of business to find success when times seem hard," says Jacob Cline, President of Chicago Marketing, Inc.
Cline was asked how he thinks Chicago Marketing, Inc. has been able to grow despite the tough economy, and where he thinks the company is headed in the coming years. "I think there are two factors that have made it possible for us to grow. First, the downsizing of other companies with the economic crisis has turned into a perfect storm for us. Our large brand name clientele needed new business more than ever and this gave us the pick of the litter when hiring on new applicants for our sales positions, internships or Management Training Program. Second, and equally important, the reason we are able to succeed is due to the fact that we bring buying power back into the hands of the retailers. With consumers bombarded with thousands of phone calls and daily mail, I knew it was time to reinvest in the power of face-to-face customer service to build simple relationships and deliver what people ask for; which is why Chicago Marketing, Inc. thrives." Cline expresses high hopes for the future by saying, "After we crushed this past year's holiday rush, I expect this year to be an even bigger success for this company. The most important thing right now is not to focus on previous accomplishments, but to maintain momentum, making 2014 the best year yet."
With huge projections for this coming year, Cline has no doubt that this will be the biggest period for business to segue into the second quarter with a powerful tailwind. "We will continually strive to be the best in class," says Cline, "because we can't rely on past performance, and know the only way to succeed this year is to improve our drive and execution."