Jobs are being created, companies are expanding with new products and services to meet growing demand, and the outlook has never been better. No, this is not the State of the Union, but instead the state of the nation's sales and marketing agencies that serve the retail and consumer products industries. “We are very, very bullish on our industry and the future of our industry,” said John Saidnawey, president and chief operating officer at JOH, based in Billerica, Mass. “Outsourcing is ...
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