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Here at Carbon, we are continuously evolving how we work and how we look at marketplace challenges so we can continue to deliver measurable, sustainable results for our clients and our communities. 

Management Consulting 

Organizations around the world are struggling with the daily reality of developing their leadership strength. That's assuming they've identified high potentials to groom for leadership roles.

The question is, are companies committed to investing in their future leaders? Not just in terms of dollars, but in time, energy, resources, and a change in belief system? Smaller companies with no budget or even an HR team can quickly pull off a great leadership development strategy (we hesitate to use the word "program" since the development should not stop after a period of time) to develop leaders from within.

Sales & Sales Training

What makes for a top-performing seller? What drives buyers to choose one provider over another? What’s the best way to approach sales training so it leads to real behavior change and performance improvement?

Sales are the main source of any company's revenue. You may know there are opportunities to grow sales but seizing these opportunities and knowing where to focus is a challenge. It is bigger about sales. It is also about relationship and communication. Behavior change is our focus; training and consulting are the vehicles, which applies to all sales from small retail stores to complex negotiations. 


Marketing is the bigger picture that can drive your sales eventually drive growth. In this ever-changing business environment, how to stay relevant becomes the most imortant question in the marketing field. 

Compared to traditional marketing, today's marketing has brought the conversations into customer behaviors, data analyst, customer experience etc. However, we still value old school marketing since it brought a more human touch and relationship building. Marketing can be involved in consumer insights, design, branding, digital marketing, events, and so many aspects more. You need to consider what fits the best for your products and your customers. 

Inventory Control

Inventory control is the processes employed to maximize a company's use of inventory. The goal of inventory control is to generate the maximum profit from the least amount of inventory investment without intruding upon customer satisfaction levels. Given the impact on customers and profits, inventory control is one of the chief concerns of businesses that have large inventory investments, such as retailers and distributors. 

Your company may also rely on inventory control systems to assess your current assets, balance your accounts, and provide financial reporting. Inventory control is also important to maintaining the right balance of stock in your warehouses. You don’t want to lose a sale because you didn’t have enough inventory to fill an order. Constant inventory issues (frequent backorders, etc.) can drive customers to other suppliers entirely. The bottom line? When you have control over your inventory, you’re able to provide better customer service. It will also help you get a better, more real-time understanding of what’s selling and what isn’t. You also don’t want to have excess inventory taking up space in your warehouses unnecessarily. Too much inventory can trigger profit losses––whether a product expires, gets damaged, or goes out of season. Key to proper inventory control is a deeper understanding of customer demand for your products.


Merchandising is the practice and process of displaying and selling products to customers. Whether digital or in-store, retailers use merchandising to influence customer intent and reach their sales goals.

In both brick-and-mortar and digital stores, a variety of merchandising techniques are used to arrange products, communicate their value, and create an optimal customer experience. Many disciplines fit under the umbrella of merchandising, and there are a variety of merchandising types.

For starters, merchandising is old as trade itself. Buyers and sellers have always entered into dynamic relationships whereby the former was focused on providing enough value to make the sale and the latter was focused on understanding if the value was worth the buy.

And merchandising displays have always been important, whether we’re talking about iPhones or meat.


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