I often work with Hampshire-based clients to draft their B2B sales and marketing strategy, and it’s a very collaborative process. You know everything about your company, but I don’t (yet) – so my first task is to understand you as deeply and clearly as possible, in a very short space of time. To do that I ask a lot of questions (and I mean a LOT of questions). These are usually carried out in workshop style meetings with the directors or senior management team. I use an active listening style.
With those answers in hand, I go away and reflect on what I’ve heard and learnt. We may agree that I do some research into your markets and competitors, or perhaps your customers and target audience. This lets us look deeper into the environment you’re doing business in, in order to see the bigger picture – or to look for new opportunities outside of your existing markets.
Once we’ve got all the information I need, my most difficult task is to define and clarify your sales and marketing strategy. This is entirely unique to you and your business, and needs to reflect where exactly you want to get to, in a realistic and doable way.
None of this is rocket science. All of this can all be done by you, internally. (Here’s a post on to get you started if you’re in DIY mode.) But when heads are down delivering client work to a high standard, it’s really tough to find time to work on your business instead of in it.
That’s where I come in. My focus, my objectivity and my experience are what I bring to your firm to help you get your B2B sales and marketing strategy in place and ready to action.
You might not be at all sure whether your business needs the type of help I can offer. You might not be at all sure whether I’m the right person to work with, on a personal level. I can guarantee that if you call me and we have a decent, open, ten minute conversation, you’ll be more sure, either way. Absolutely nothing to lose!Get in touch