Commercial contracts offer high profits, regular work and consistent, predictable cash flow. What’s not to like?
This tip is a great ‘excuse to reach out’ to commercial customers you haven’t heard from in a while.
7 simple steps to provide a commercial proposal instead of just a one time cleaning price.
Sooner or later you HAVE to contact the Decision Maker to finish the sale. Steve gives another golden phrase to keep the process on track.
Use this five step initial contact interview process to increase your commercial sales.
If you make commercial cleaning sales calls you surely meet the gate keeper. Are they friend or foe? A lot depends on how you handle your interaction.
Let’s focus on commercial inertia with property and facility managers! (And insurance adjusters too.)
Follow these 5 steps to give your commercial team the sales tools they need. Boost their confidence and make it easy.
How many commercial bids have you given over the last 5 years with just one price? Please consider including this “open access” cleaning option.
Writing commercial cleaning program proposals is not an easy task. But with Steve’s suggestions you can be sure to include the right information.
When the prospect doesn’t like the price they use a “smoke screen” objection. Hurdle these objections in commercial or restoration with these key phrases.
How to negotiate with a time-strapped manager …