- SING switches to virtual sales model, grows solar business from 13 to 25 states
- Company to launch website allowing consumers to buy complete solar installations online
- SING expanding solar footprint into commercial sales through awareness campaigns and financial partnerships
In an effort to keep up with continuing consumer demand for solar energy solutions, SinglePoint Inc. (OTCQB: SING), a diversified holdings company, recently shifted to a virtual sales process for Direct Solar, one of its subsidiaries. Besides almost doubling the company’s footprint to 25 states, management expects the strategic move will further streamline the business and spur additional growth as demand for solar installations increases nationwide.
SING CEO Greg Lambrecht recently discussed the move in a recent video…
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