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Friday, 04 October 2013 00:00

Leading Business experts agree that meeting your prospective clients increases your return on Investment significantly

Are you utilising this enough? “The problem with communication … is the illusion that it has been accomplished.” —George Bernard Shaw Business interactions via technology will never replace the value or the return on investment of being face to face with customers and prospects. Face-to-face communication and selling skills—what I refer to as the traditional, tried and tested, relationship-based skills—are the very lynchpins used toward establishing business relationships that survive. I believe—strongly indeed, today more than ever—in these two principles: 1. We live by relationships with support from technology; and 2. selling was never intended to be faceless or silent. I also believe at risk is a generation of near-robotic hospitality sales professionals, working alone, using technology 100% for communication and selling, denied all of the relationship-building advantages of personal, face-to-face interaction. Source David M Brudney Face-to-face selling can require a lot of time, energy, and expense, but the payoff can be tremendous. Despite all of the new high-tech alternatives, an in-person sales presentation is the single most powerful marketing tool in use today. National television advertising, telemarketing, e-mail, or print advertising have nowhere near the ability to motivate a particular customer to actually place an order as does face-to-face selling. And despite any fancy slide or computer show or other dog-and-pony show you might use, your most effective selling tool will be your verbal presentation and interaction with the prospective buyer. In almost every case, the owner of a small business will be able to make the most effective sales presentation, even more so than someone with more extensive sales experience. Source Streetwise Small Business Start-Up Attend our networking event The Village hotel, Bury , 17th October 5.00pm - 9.00pm with very little time or energy and therefore a very cost effective way to increase your business sales. Places for some supplier groups have gone but please contact us to ascertain if you are still able to take advantage of face to face meeting with all the following: Bright futures – independent setting Little acorns group –chain Pine lodge – independent setting Rosehill nursery – independent Kidsplanet – small chain Bolton school nursery –private school The owls nursery – independent setting Busy bees – national chain – senior representative Early learning childcare – independent setting Kids academy – franchise of nurseries UK and nationwide – expansion plan in place Precious little ones – chain based in the North West Hobblewobble day nursery – independent setting Early Years Provision Ltd – 2 settings Treetops – national chain verbally confirmed Plus Operational manager from national chain whom is looking at new business opportunities Only £400 to present to the group and attend the speed networking £250 for speed networking will give you excellent ROI Please contact bamboo childcare on 08448225727 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information or to book your place.