• Roman Pennell

What is Salesfox?

We are quickly approaching our product market launch here at Salesfox and we couldn't be more excited!

We will start by launching on ProductHunt and will give all early adopters a 3month trial as part of the initial signup.

So what exactly do we do here at Salesfox?

12 months ago, the founding team realized that when customers evaluate new products or services, either for themselves or their businesses, they are often motivated by emotional needs and wants. This creates a challenge for sales teams, since no prospective buyer is motivated by the same emotional driver, yet companies use canned sales and marketing campaigns that are incredibly impersonal.

At Salesfox, we throw out the traditional outreach approach of canned emails, untailored cold calls, and the dreaded LinkedIn “connect and pitch”. Instead, we focus on creating real connections, founded on a buyer’s emotional drivers. We accomplish this by automating strategic gifting and direct mail campaigns for marketing and sales teams to help them personalize engagement at scale. Our goal is to help teams save time, set more meetings, close more deals, and ultimately build stronger relationships.

Strategic gifting is only our short term focus, however. We understand not all companies have a direct mail budget, but still want to focus on personalizing their outreach.

Long term, our goal is to provide a comprehensive tool that will help sales, marketing, and customer success teams build, grow, and maintain relationships with first time prospects and life long customers. Using AI and machine learning, we are building a robust tool that can recommend anything from personalized email templates for initial prospecting to comprehensive profiles of companies’ most important clients.

Have ideas for the product or simply have questions? Feel free to reach out to me below.


Roman Pennell

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