Without a doubt, all three are equally important. My guess is you are not surprised. However, if you read the entire post, you might be surprised by what I say at the end. Each one of these elements when executed well eliminates risk. We talk about risk on this blog a lot – and how… Continue reading From the Buyer’s Perspective: Which is most important to a Buyer – Customer Service, Inventory Management or Product?
I am not a buyer, but I am sure any buyer would say they are all important. No buyer wants poor selling product, delayed inventory and/or to deal with someone who is unprofessional, unresponsive and/or just plane irritating. So, as a vendor, we better provide it all. Be friendly and responsive, and the buyer will… Continue reading From the Entrepreneur’s Perspective: Which is most important to a buyer – customer service, inventory management, or product?
By Vanessa Ting The incentives Romy suggested are ones I highly recommend. So rather than repeat what she suggested, I would like to share with you a story about a time I said “no” and how it turned into a “yes” and what that vendor did to convert my answer to “yes”. Company D presented… Continue reading From the Buyer’s Perspective: What Can I Offer Buyers if they are Lukewarm About Taking My Product?