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Are you facing a crucial business proposal? Here's a way to make sure you have the issues covered. Tq221117juicy600p
Sales Hacker: The JUICY formula for a B2B business partnership pitch by Belinda Aramide, 2202-11-7

Tired of Rejection? Make Sure Your Offer is JUICY

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  1. Justify their investment of time, money, and/or foregone revenue for even exploring the partnership.
    1. Recognize their operational costs of working with you... displacing a cash customer? supervision? recruitment?
    2. What will the first (pitch) meeting accomplish?
      1. Will you show them how they can profit or grow?
      2. Will you show them how you'll help with unexpected hurdles and expenses?
  2. Show Unique advantage of doing this proposal with us instead of anything/anyone else.
    1. Ask ourselves: with whom are we competing?
    2. How can we uniquely help with the needs of their members and partners? Do we reduce the time and money they would have to invest in training? Can we demonstrate that? Can we help them innovate their own business? Can we make them confident it would help?
    3. What is unique about us?
    4. What makes us different?
    5. Are they hearing promises they've heard before?
  3. Be Irresistible
    1. How can we help them 'seize the day'?
    2. Identify with them
      1. What's pressuring them? Profitability or growth?
      2. How will we make a difference sooner rather than later... to avoid getting a 'we'd love to have you ONE DAY ' answer.
      3. How can we avoid adding to their costs? (Get them to tell US.)
      4. "Is there anything we could help you fix RIGHT NOW?"
  4. Consequential
    1. Being important: "We can make a BIG difference in your creativity & effectiveness NOW."
    2. Success stories from people who have worked with us?
    3. We need to communicate what a BIG impact we can make.
  5. YES, that's an easy offer to accept!
    1. Make the offer easy to accept by offering alternatives. "We could do it Xway or Yway."
    2. Don't let saying NO be easier. See THEIR challenges, i.e.
      1. "Jeez we have to juggle our schedule"
      2. We have to convince the finance guy to forego potential revenue... it's just not worth it."
      3. Try and find out what their 'utilization rate' is. What are we up against?