Tag: Keynote Speaking

The Natural Invitation to Buy

Invitation to Buy If you don't ask, The answer will always be NO. Someone once told me that we should never try to close a deal; if you present the product or service properly the prospect will automatically buy. Years and years of research have been conducted by our organisation. The results clearly demonstrate otherwise. We should always attempt to close a sale with verbal or physical actions. So, let's review the sales process. Once the customer makes an inquiry, we use all our…

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Asking the Hard Questions

Asking the Hard Questions   Questions come naturally, most of the time.  However, the important questions are always the hard questions to ask. Let's say you have the prospects attention on the phone, in your showroom, or at your sales counter. This is your opportunity to gather more information to increase your chances of winning the sale. We're experts in asking the hard questions. Take this opportunity to understand how the prospect found you, the reasons for approaching your company, what they are seeking,…

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Duty of Care & Why it’s Your Responsibility

Duty of Care Offering "Duty of Care" - It's Your Responsibility! When was the last time you made a purchase and right at that pivotal moment when you agreed to buy the sales representative asked you the one question. "Would you like to purchase the extended warranty that comes along with this product?" Sure, it is very common. Sometimes we may even feel a bit manipulated by the sales process. However, have you ever stopped and wondered why the retailer, manufacturer or wholesaler…

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Are Your Customers Happy, Will They Return?

Keeping Your Customers Happy   We all have a range of customers, some who have been with us for years, and some who are relatively new. In addition, we hope that every business has a database of entries representing those customers that have purchased from us in the past. If any database is to be useful, it should contain information such as when the customer first inquired, when they purchased and what they purchased. It will also contain contact details such as email addresses…

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