The problem with most entrepreneurship events is that you leave with more information but still a gap about exactly what YOU need to do in order to grow your business.
Sure you might have 100 new strategies on how to market your business. But do you know how to integrate them into your business model? Or how to refine them so that it works with your natural style of marketing and sales?
For example, are you a service-based business who can find clients in your immediate network but are not sure how to build a client base of people who don't already know you? I'm betting that you've attending events on marketing, social media strategy, website designs, etc. And the content was gooooodd.
What will I learn?
1. The right questions that will get you more buying customers - rather than time wasting uninterested prospects
2. Tools to make your marketing as easy as 6 year olds playing with Legos
3. A method that allows you to build a business that stands out clearly from competitors
4. The opportunity to put your creative thinking cap on alongside other entrepreneurs who want to help your business and their businesses grow.
Why should I work with you, Malla?
Here are recent results I've had with clients:
A client was struggling to increase her sales. After a deep dive, we realized that most of her daily activities were not sales focused. So we created a solution to help her offload some of the operations to focus more on sales
Another client wants to launch a new service. Rather than "build it and they will come", the client and I worked on a plan to get valuable feedback from prospective clients which will help her pre-sell the offering
I worked with another client to create a 21 day marketing plan for her new business. Rather than relying on her comfort level of word of mouth marketing, we identified several options that would interest her prospective client - and did role plays to help her bridge the gap on the conversations.