Continue the Acquisition of Customer After the Cold Call

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The sales process starts with analysis and with a good strategy, definition of potential customers and their target group, preparation of potential customer data, contacting the potential customer and lead generation. Let’s check first the definition of the lead.

5 rules of new customer acquisition by Cold Calls (3)

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The new customer acquisition by cold calls has some rules, they are very important for your success and in our last 2 video-blogs we mentioned Rule Nr. 1: dial the decision maker in the right time and Rule Nr. 2: speak with the decision maker: quality versus quantity.
Our ReformBusiness International Sales Team provides weekly thousands of cold calls in the name of our customers worldwide. Target group: decision makers of small and middle-sized companies.
Let’s talk today about Rule Nr. 3 use the right words, sentences and the right tonalty to awake interest.

5 rules of new customer acquisition by Cold Calls (2)

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The new customer acquisition by COLD CALLS has some rules, they are very important for your success and we mentioned last week the Rule Nr. 1: DIAL THE DECISION MAKER IN THE RIGHT TIME. Our ReformBusiness International Sales Team provides weekly thousands of cold calls in the name of our customers worldwide. Target group: decision makers of small and middle-sized companies. Let’s talk about the RULE Nr. 2: SPEAK WITH THE DECISION MAKER: QUALITY versus QUANTITY

5 rules of new customer acquisition by Cold Calls (1)

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The new customer acquisition by COLD CALLS has some rules, they are very important for your success. Our ReformBusiness International Sales Team provides weekly thousands of cold calls in the name of our customers worldwide. Target group: decision makers of small and middle-sized companies.

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According to Sun Tzu (175–200), the military general and the warlord of the late Eastern Han-Dynasty of China: „Now the general who wins a battle makes many calculations in his temple ere the battle is fought. The general who loses a battle makes but few calculations beforehand. Thus do many calculations lead to victory and few calculations to defeat: how much more no calculation at all! It is by attention to this point that I can foresee who is likely to win or lose.”