What is Smart Advantage?

Differentiating Companies with Relevant Competitive Advantages


Smart Advantage is the only sales, marketing and management consultancy focused exclusively on identifying and communicating the most important element of successful competition - your measured competitive advantage - from your customer’s perspective. Why from the customer perspective? Because if your customer’s don't value your differentiators, then they are not relevant.


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  • Relevant Selling is a solid business book that every company can benefit from. From the first chapter you will nod your head and say “yes” that is what we need to do in order to resonate with our customers! Jaynie’s writing style is a terrific combination of practical ideas and examples which are plentiful and meaningful. You will definitely use Relevant Selling as a reference book for decades to come as it forces every business to evaluate their point of differential which can only be a benefit in the current and future economic environment.

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  • Do we do to our customers what we hate done to us?

    posted on August 1st, 2018 | Blog

    Every one of us have these hideous experiences weekly, if not daily: Trying to get a person on the phone is impossible. We get so frustrated when we are put on hold, told to call back later, or our messages are just ignored. I booked a repair service for my home. They said they would read more

  • Don’t count on social networks without skepticism.

    posted on June 7th, 2018 | Blog

    Social networks and on-line communities have become major sources of feedback because their members tend to accept what fellow network members endorse. And the impact of social media continues to grow at staggering rates. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Instagram and other social networks are now a central part of millions of people’s lives, especially the read more

  • Are you missing the sales mark? Prospects vs. Customers

    posted on May 1st, 2018 | Blog

    Prospects and customers buy for different reasons more often than you may think, yet many sales people use the same pitch for both. Our research shows they differ in buying values about 75% of the time. This leaves the door open for the competition when relevance is ignored. There are variations on the theme for read more