Be honest… How well do you know ‘your’ sales process? And could you write down each stage, step and action if asked? A well-defined sales process is crucial in helping your business grow…
You don’t always have to come up with a ground-breaking new marketing strategy to improve your business results. It can be rewarding to look at the efforts of bigger companies and experienced marketers and translate their learnings into your small business. Get inspired by the five tips below from experienced marketers and see how you can implement them in your business.
Automation can have spectacular benefits for businesses of all sizes, in all sectors. Whether it involves new software, equipment, or a combination, automation can drive efficiency, better resource management, and greater cost-effectiveness.
However, introducing automation can often be met with resistance from your team. They may be alarmed by the prospect of job cuts, or substantial changes to the way they work. So, supporting a team throughout this process is crucial.
If you are currently working, or have ever worked, in sales, you’ll know the feeling… That desire to not only help nurture your clients and deliver the service/product they need but to close your deals and see your sales figure skyrocket. But what if you could make your sales results skyrocket, simply by making a few simple changes to the way you work?
Every growing company continually faces new challenges. In fact, the larger your team grows and the more customers you acquire, more diversified decisions come your way and the more complex they become.
The sales cycle is a process your company goes through when dealing with a customer. It includes all activities related to closing the sale. Different companies include different steps and activities in their sales cycle, depending on how they define it.
Organizations spend countless hours reviewing, analyzing and testing multiple CRM options on the market. They may well test several options, before selecting the one that best suits their needs. Oftentimes they may spend thousands (or even hundreds of thousands) on customer relationship management software.
Working with existing customers is fantastic, however, without an outbound sales strategy, many companies may find it difficult to grow and expand – particularly if the competition gets there first.