Increasing Sales in 1922: Containing Information of Vital Interest to Sales and Advertising Executives. Business, Babson Statistical Organization.

Increasing Sales in 1922: Containing Information of Vital Interest to Sales and Advertising Executives

Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts: The Babson Statistical Organization, 1921. No Edition Stated. 24mo (5 1/8 x 3 1/2 inches; 130 x 88 mm), 8 pages, in stapled green wrappers. Pamphlet promoting Babson's business-forecasting newsletters for sales people, manufacturers and wholesalers. "The year 1922 promises to be a good one for salesmen--more or less disastrous for order takers." Their point is that business was so good after World War I that sales people could sit back and wait for the orders to roll in. No longer, Babson says. That approach won't work because of changing business conditions. The solution? Babson's business forecasts. (Of course.) This pamphlet is rare. OCLC FirstSearch shows no institutional holdings. Nor were there any copies in commerce as of August 9, 2019. RARE. Item #2015

CONDITION: Edge wear to wrappers, text block slightly loose from lower staple, staples rusted, a bit of foxing to a couple of pages. A Very Good or better copy.

Price: $40.00

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