- With a description of your product’s features and value propositions.
- With a recap of your previous conversations, to make sure that you and your prospect have a shared understanding of what has previously been discussed.
- By discussing how your offering will help them achieve the goals they’ve shared with you in previous conversations.
- By confirming the prospect’s budget and authority.
To help the buyer define their goals and challenges. To help the buyer understand the different ways they might address a goal or challenge. To convince the buyer to buy your product or service. To help the buyer weigh the pros and cons of your solution relative to other options. Download HubSpot Inbound Sales Certification […]
Working with as many different kinds of people as possible. Trying to solve as many problems as you can for each prospect. Sharing all of the relevant information at the same time instead of sharing a little at a time. Providing the same level of human, helpful service to people at every stage of the […]
Your Teammate Is Prepping For A Sales Presentation And They’ve Outlined The Points They Want To Cover: 1. Recap Of Previous Discussions 2. Explanation Of How Other People In Similar Situations Have Proceeded 3. Pros And Cons Of Various Approaches They Want Your Feedback On This Outline. What Would You Say?
“This is a good start, but you need to advise them on the best path to achieving their goals and explain how we can help them get there.” “This is a good way to finish the presentation, but you should start by explaining our offering and how it can solve their problems.” “This is okay, […]