Best Buy has released its earnings and it looks like the company is doing well. The company’s net income was up by 9 percent and its revenue was up by 4 percent. Best Buy is attributing its success to its strong online presence and its focus on digital service.
If you’re an SDR/BDR/AE repping a technology that can help Best Buy save time or money, there’s a good chance the company will be interested. And before starting cold outreach to the company, you’ll need to research them. Which means going through the company’s quarterly or annual earnings, 10K / 10Q, press news, job listings and other information.
If you are an SDR for logistics or procurement/sourcing AI, use the latest updates and insights below to create compelling but relevant pitches.
Latest Updates and Insights from Best Buy
1. Best Buy to open outlet store in Phoenix
Best Buy’s new outlet store is adding to the 16 across the country.They intend to refine the assortment of products in the store, which impacts sourcing and procurement plans for the company. Products looking into procurement efficiencies might interest Best Buy. Read in detail from this source.
2. The biggest areas of Best Buy’s investment are the new membership program, technology, and Best Buy Health.
Best Buy is investing in technology and is aiming to maintain incredible shipping experience.Logistics and delivery is likely to be of focus for Best Buy at this juncture. Read in detail from this source.
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