Highest and Best Use of Your Time

As a business owner, you are pulled in several different directions at once. You are forced to divide your attention between marketing, sales, business growth, customer service, and much more. And there is simply not enough time in the day to give each area of your business the time it deserves. As a result, your business suffers.

You cannot afford to do anything halfheartedly in the corporate world. So what is the solution? What is the best use of your time? Well, unfortunately there is no one answer. Every sector of your business is equally as important as the next.

However, one of the best ways to lessen your business burden is to outsource your sales to a professional business development firm. This cost-effective solution will allow you to re-focus your attention to other pressing matters and will also allow you to better grow your business.

  1. Outsourcing costs less than hiring an in-house sales team: Outsourcing provides you with the rare opportunity to cut spending while also increasing profit.
  2. Increase sales: Not only are outsourced sales forces trained to do nothing but sell, sell, sell, but most outsourcing services operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. So even when your company is closed for the day, the weekend, or a holiday, your business will still be reachable.
  3. Focus on core business activities: Without having to worry about every little detail of your business, you are free to focus on your core business activities.

So stop spreading yourself thin and start running your business smarter and more efficiently by outsourcing your sales to a professional sales outsourcing firm, like Springboard Business Development.

If you have any questions, contact Springboard Business Development by calling 410-832-7560 or click here today!

Located in Baltimore, Maryland, Springboard offers outsourced sales solutions for businesses in the professional services arena. It’s simple, while you focus on delivery, we bring our sales expertise and connections to focus on your business development challenges.

Our approach to business development makes it easy to find new clients without the concerns of sales team turn-over, lack of sales expertise and payroll.

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Why Outsourcing Your Sales is a Good Idea

As your business continues to get bigger, your time gets split between more and more tasks: marketing, management, customer relations, finances, and sales. But the more time you spend on the day-to-day activities of your business, the less time you have to expand and grow your company. What can you do? You can’t be everywhere at once.

The only solution is to hand over control of one aspect of your business to someone you can trust. The easiest and most cost-effective way to do this is through outsourcing. The benefits of outsourcing your sales to a third party vendor include:

•     Save Money: Outsourcing your sales to an entire dedicated sales team is much cheaper than hiring your own, in-house sales force.

•     No Training: You will not have to waste company time (and more money) training a new sales team.

•     Grow Your Business: Outsourcing sales allows management to focus on core business activites.

Outsourcing is becoming a common practice for many businesses as more and more companies are realizing the benefits of utilizing the skills of others to help their business venture succeed. So let Springboard take care of your sales while you focus on growing your business.

If you have any questions about outsourcing, contact Springboard by calling 410-832-7560 or click here today!

At Springboard we offer outsourced sales solutions for businesses in the professional services arena. It’s simple, while you focus on delivery, we bring our sales expertise and connections to focus on your business development challenges.

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How Social Media Can Help Relationship Building

Communication has gone through several important evolutionary steps since the dawn of time. From oral tradition, to the written language, the invention of the telephone, the Internet and email, the cell phone, texting, and finally Social Media.

Wait, Really?  Social Media? Well, yes.

Like the falling of the Berlin Wall, Social Media has knocked down the barrier – or as one writer put it, the “brand wall” – between companies and consumers. People can now connect with businesses and brands like never before.

While the Internet has almost made human contact obsolete in terms of relationship building, it has also revolutionized the process as well – taking communication to new heights.

One reason companies have embraced Social Media is the price tag. Before, organizations looking to market their products and services had to spend vast amounts of money on newspaper and magazine ads, commercials and billboards. And the worst part was that it was almost impossible to track the success of those advertising platforms.

Social Media offers companies a cheap alternative to traditional marketing with almost instant feedback and tracking. How many fans does your business have on Facebook? How many of them “liked” your last post? You can actually see potential consumers/clients interacting with the unique content on your Social Media profiles.

Social Media has opened up a wealth of new opportunities for businesses. And a happy offshoot of this cheaper way to advertise is increased exposure to consumers and clients. Now companies have the opportunity to listen, engage and converse with a massive market place. They can tweet with people and offer advice when they are in need of assistance.

This new communication platform – Social Media – allows companies and consumers to build relationships that were never possible before. The Internet, which once made corporations more faceless than ever before, is now bringing “human” interaction back to standard business practices.

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