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Some criteria by which to evaluate if you are ready to move your business to the next level: SALES How are your sales in your existing channels? Are they strong enough to justify moving forward? When I say strong enough, I mean can you weave a story that captures the attention of a buyer so… Continue reading From the Entrepreneur’s Perspective: How do I know if I’m ready to pitch to a buyer or move my biz to the next level?
By Vanessa Ting Use a “no” as an opportunity to get more information to improve your pitch. Never receive a “no” without following up to ask “what would you like to see done differently?” Remember, a “yes” means that you have satisfied the buyer’s requirements in three areas: 1) Product, pricing and packaging are all… Continue reading FROM THE BUYER’S PERSPECTIVE: WHAT IF THE RETAILER SAYS THAT THEY ARE NOT INTERESTED? THEN WHAT?
I am a firm believer that when a buyer says “no”, it really means “not now”. I have been politely and professionally persistent over the last several years building the Psi Bands brand. I have received my share of “no’s” and I have not let that stop me from later landing major national accounts that… Continue reading From the Entrepreneur’s Perspective: What if the retailer says that they are not interested? Then what?