Meetings, networking, cost comparisons, preparing quotes and undertaking research are just some of the items found on the to do list of an Independent Financial Advisor or mortgage broker, but when you’re busy looking after other people’s best interests, who is looking after yours?
If, as an independent financial adviser or mortgage broker, you are struggling to juggle both your incoming calls and preparing quotations for your clients, then spend a couple of minutes reading our telephone answering service case study for the finance sector.
When I have asked my clients about their experience when calls have been handled by Face for Business, they say the service is professional and a delight.
Are you a small/new business? Are you based in Lancashire or the surrounding areas? Would you like help with your marketing? Would you also like to meet like-minded businesses in the community and strike-up working relationships?
If you do, then the Lancashire Marketing Club could be just the thing for you. Why not come along to our next meeting? The meetings are usually held on the second Thursday of every month from 9.30am to 11.30am at Briar's Hall. There is a small cost of £7.00 to cover the hospitality.
£1,000? £12,000? £24,000? Think about it. When you miss a call from a prospective client/customer, just how much revenue would they bring in to your business? Our telephone answering service helps to capture new prospects for our clients on a daily basis, and they couldn't be without us!
Having FFB answer my calls means I am not tied to the office and have peace of mind knowing that I will not lose any new business or miss an important call from an existing client. I can recommend their services to anyone who wants a professional and friendly person to answer their calls.
Whether you’re a nationwide corporate company, mumpreneur or start-up or small business, first impressions count and if your phone rings and rings then goes to voicemail, you might miss out on something special.
There is denying that the online world offers businesses huge potential in terms of reaching customers, raising awareness and networking, but at the same time the threats and risks are real and potentially devastating and costly. February 8th is Safer Internet Day and while this event primarily focuses on children and young people using the Internet, it’s a timely reminder for all us of to be aware of the potential dangers the web presents. At Face for Business we are constantly assessing our Internet procedures (including how we keep out client portal secure) and have had a look at what you can do to keep you safe online.