How Many Businesses Actually Reach Their Targets And Remedies If Any - Sachin Sharma - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog
In a surprising survey done almost 70 percent of the startups are never able to reach their targets for the first year at least. And I have been getting many requests from people to write something about it that how it can be made sure that a new business has more chance of booming in the first year itself or what can be done so that the bad phase doesn’t last long. Here are some of the points I personally believe to be the snappiest methods one can achieve relatability at least to their business targets after their conception.
- Make quarterly, monthly and yearly goals to be achieved instead of an impossible one. Make ‘chunk-goals’ as I call them and let these little chunks which are supposedly part of one bigger goal to be achieved first and at regular intervals in your business’s initial lifetime.
- Give your customers excellent customer service and assure them before selling anything out to them. Without any support given from your side, customer might feel abandoned. Consistent and steady support will result in word of the mouth publicity of your company in turn increasing your sales.
- Focus on probable customer targeting and getting quality referrals from your existing customers. This is more proven way pf getting more sales done then trying to sell your services off phone.
- Start conducting studies and research into the sale history of your company from the moment it started. Analyze previous sales made, customer type you had, emails, phone calls or whatever to find out what can work for you again as it did last time. These short activities will keep you on your toes and will tell you what works for you what not.
Publish Date: April 25, 2016 11:38 AM