Business development by phone explained.

George Clay

I call it outreach with a personal touch.

Helping you get your foot in-the-door with high-level executives including CEOs...CFOs...CIOs...business owners and high net worth individuals.

But you're probably asking yourself how you would get better ROI adding me to your outreach mix.

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Question: How do you track who to call?

Answer:  Reaching out to your prospect base in a very personal way is accomplished with a CRM software that I have used for close to twenty three years.

Called TeleMagic, this cloud-based platform simplifies, organizes, and programs even the largest prospecting list into bite-size segments for fast, accurate and highly personalized contact management.

Question:  What about lists?

Answer: Keep it simple. Are there accounts your people aren’t getting to? Buyers you need meetings or demos scheduled to close a deal?

Whatever list you select, fifty or one hundred prospects is all I need to get started.

Question: Anything else?

Answer: I build a rapport to establish a credible business relationship over time and not with a single phone call.

Will my business development by phone work for you?

George Clay

Just reaching out and building relationships the old-school way.

If you’re OK with that lets try something out and see how it goes.

 A  TRIAL RUN so you get a feel for how this process works and how giving your customers that extra special personal touch can make all the difference in how you are able to get new work and also keep customers doing business with you for the long haul.

You’ll find I’m easy to work with and can help you get this done without the hassle and red tape of doing this yourself in-house.

858-756-2085

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Recommended reading:

Forbes: New Rules for Prospecting In The Age of The Customer

Also: Harvard Business Review reports on benefits of cold call lead development.

From Harvard Business School On-line:  This On-line learning course sounds interesting