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What is a typical sales call for you?
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Introduction about company, product and then application.
When I get to meet with a potential customer or an already existing customer to sell a product or service to them.
There are many. One would be a product pitch where I present what a product is and demo. Another could be requirements gathering. Yet another could be a check-in or even social.
We have the sale represantative kick off the call, we will quickly introduce ourselves. Usually the sales represantative would give an overview of the product, I will then using go-to-meeting do a demo of all the features of the product, we do prep work before the calls so I will make to try to demo any specific fetarues they have interested in or have doubts.
Sales starts with building relation ship with the client. It starts with making a good understanding a good rapport with the client once we are able to do it we can surely do business at ease.
Prepare for the meeting, greetings, introduction, presentation and closing.
Preparation, introduction, research and survey, presentation and closing. Next customer maintenance.
A nice challenging & learning experience.
Initially find out about the person and company. Then get into their needs and problems. Hopefully present a solution.
It's one which engages the attention of the customer to the service/product without the customer feeling that he's been fooled into some sales.