It’s time your marketing and sales teams work side by side. The best way to do that? Marketing automation and content marketing.
Negotiation is part and parcel of life and particularly in business. No matter which stage you are at in any business deal, you are bound to meet different stakeholders who will challenge your negotiation skills.
It’s not a one-size-fits-all approach. To be effective, you need to think about how best to approach your business deals.
Your success in sales depends on how effective your qualification process is. Your ability to find a prospect that is a good fit for your business can make or break your business. It’s crucial to nail this because once the prospect becomes a delighted customer, it doesn’t just mean profit — it could also mean a possibility of a repeat sale, more referrals, or the chance to upsell or cross-sell.
In two minutes, I will walk you through an easy-to-remember framework to qualify the sale upfront.
Having a no-brainer business case doesn’t always happen, and getting one that’s 10 out of 10 in every area is like Nirvana — it’s a beautiful time for the client and for us.
In less than two minutes, I share the criteria for when it’s absolutely right to speed up the sale and what this means for your clients and for your business development team.
Slowing down the sale isn’t right for every product, every consumer, every category, or every business model, and it’s certainly not right for every situation. But time and time again, there’s value left on the table on both sides — the buyer and the seller.
In two minutes, I’ll answer the question, “When is the right time to slow down a sale?”
Does your arsenal contain great, effective tools to help you boost sales in your business?
This is the second part of the 2 Minutes On series called Amplifying the Sale, and here I’m giving away four of the seven tools and foundations as a checklist so you can work out where your next opportunity is.
We’ve been building bespoke customer journeys in B2B and consultative sales across all industries the government recognises. And this is what we found: it doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, the same seven fundamental areas keep coming up time and time again as foundations for optimising your sale.
More than 70% of new business goes to the company that responds to lead queries in a timely manner. What do you need to do to speed up how you respond to your leads? Jeff Cooper answers this question in this two-minute video.
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