How to decrease sales no-show rates and have the most productive meeting
Proven methods to make sure prospects are on time, prepared and excited.
In this installment of our Sales Playbook Series, we offer best practices for reducing sales no-show rates so your prospects show up prepared for the most successful meeting. You can find even more resources that help sales reps go from good to great through our latest posts on cold emails that convert and discovery calls for consultative selling.
Whether you reach your prospect through email prospecting or an inbound approach, it’s important to use a deliberate strategy to make sure they actually show up for the meeting. No-shows can put your sales opportunities at risk, causing a delay or even the end to a sales cycle. They also require extra chasing from your reps and lead to fewer conversations—you want your reps talking to people and closing, not chasing.
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