August 12, 2020
A Sales Pitch
Moving fast is the key to sales. One moment you may have a hundred leads barking up your tree and the next moment they’re gone, a hundred miles away, sniffing at some pretty flowers and now you’ve lost all your potential sales. You took too long, you were too far away, you couldn’t keep up with incoming leads.
There are all sorts of things that get in the way of closing a sale, whether they are under your control or not. What people in sales try to do is eliminate all the factors under their control to maximize their potential. It’s all a game of numbers, really.
So how can a sales team reduce the factors that can hinder their success? First, they have to look at what their pain points currently are. Maybe it is hard for a sales team to tell their story; perhaps they haven’t spent enough time to learn about who they are talking to; maybe they don’t even believe in their product.
There are tons of ways that a salesperson can be hindered, but let’s talk about the ways in which a sales team can excel.
Moving fast as a salesperson or a sales team requires some real infrastructure. Access to high-speed internet is a given. Nobody wants to talk to someone who wants to sell them something when they are cutting in and out. It can be painful and frustrating on both ends.
Organization is another huge player. Sometimes leads and contacts just fall through the cracks when you’re unorganized. Having a space, both physically and virtually, to put your flows through is a killer way to ensure that nobody gets lost in the thick of things.
The 4M campus is designed to help facilitate a sales team through the entire lead flow. For starters, the campus has fiber optic internet throughout. That means that the fastest internet possible will be at your fingertips, just waiting for you to take advantage of it. No downtimes, no login issues, no security breaches.
After that, there are plenty of spaces to take advantage of in the campus to make sure you provide the best level of service to your clients or potential clients. There are private spaces to make sales calls and video calls, collaboration spaces to work with your team on strategy. Once you’ve got a lead on the hook and you need to give the potential client the ol’ razzle-dazzle, invite them to the campus and bring them into one of the conference rooms.
They’ll love the space as much as you will love living here. Not only that, but the video and podcast production studios can also help you get a leg up on the competition. Need to make a quick video about your product or service? Want to talk to a large group of people through a podcast format? We’ve got you covered.