Do you crave support at certain times of the year? Do you get snowed under with the amount of work you have to do leading up to, and during, the holiday period? Are you stressed out by the constant ringing of your phone, and wish you could get on with your work?
We all experience busy periods at work, but having a solution to manage them can sometimes be difficult to find. Dependent on your line and type of business, the support you're looking for can come in many shapes and forms. However, most businesses have one similarity, they all rely on inbound phone calls to bring them new business, especially in this era of inbound marketing - cold calling just doesn't cut it any more. Take a look at this article by Forbes writer, Steve Olenski. In the article he describes how cold calling has had its day, and goes on to give 3 great tips to maximise your inbound marketing strategy.
Speaking from experience, we're helpful, and we give our callers our full attention and equally we be attentive to them. Don't rush the sale. If you nuture your relationship with your prospect and give them enough information to make an informed decision, you'll probably have a better chance of closing the sale. They'll remember you and your warmth. Most inbound callers have done their homework on your business, and are ready to buy from you. It's at this point that they'll either be put off or will tune in to what you are confirming for them.
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You’ve got a great business, your customers love you, your product and/or service is superb. But is growing your business in a cost and time effective way causing you more headaches than you can imagine? Or do you have peak times in your business that are proving difficult to manage? This is where business agility and outsourcing comes in.
How can we help your business grow is a question Face for Business is asked quite often, and the answer is quite simple – we capture those new business enquiries that you may otherwise miss whilst you’re on the other line, or unable to answer your phone. How? You divert your calls to our telephone answering service in one simple step!
Having experience in call answering for many companies enables Face for Business to provide a bespoke offering for the different lines of business we answer calls for. Whether you are a sole trader or a large SME, we can help your business never miss those vital new business enquiries.
Did you know....
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills reported last year that 70% of new businesses are conceived in the home, and bring £300 billion to the economy. The government has been striving to make starting a business from home more accessible and have put measures in place to enable this to happen, by eradicating the need for planning permission, by ensuring that business rates are not applicable in the majority of circumstances and by altering tenancy laws to make it easy to run a business from home.
Towards the end of 2014, there were a number of articles reporting that there were 2.9m ‘homepreneurs’ in the UK, with female entrepreneurs accounting for 64% of this sector, representing 50% of our small businesses.