Posted by Paul on Dec 19, 2016 in Business Development, Business Strategies, Continuous Improvement, Sales

Make 2017 Your Best Year Ever

2016 is drawing to a close and 2017 is just around the corner. Will you hit your 2016 sales target by the end of this month? If YES then well done and if NO – did you have a sales strategy and how does the result impact on your business in the immediate and longer term?

Regardless of whether you have achieved your target or not now is the time to look forward to 2017; however before you do that it is vital to review your sales for 2016 by product, customer, pricing levels and Gross Margins to know what was good and what wasn’t so good and why? Was it that the result was positively or negatively affected by the drop in £GB or was it something else? The quality of your products or services? Pricing? Delivery? Or your supply chain overperforming or underperforming? Or was it simply the performance of your sales team? Whatever the reasons for the result you need to know, otherwise how can you plan your sales targets for 2017 and achieve your success?

If you haven’t quite yet got your sales strategy fully planned for 2017 why not spend some time on it now or alternatively contact me to develop a plan for high growth within your business to make 2017 your best year ever.

For the remainder of 2016 and up to 5th January I am offering a half day sales planning meeting at your premises on a 1-2-1 basis to formulate your 2017 sales target and strategy at an introductory cost of 50% of my normal charge. This offer is only avalable to the first 5 Business owners/MD’s/CEO’s to apply.

Book Here to make 2017 Your Best Year EVER!

Apply now to take advantage of this exceptional offer by clicking on contact me or phone on 07770 648544

Merry Christmas

About the Author – Paul Clayton FInstSMM

I work with successful SME business owners and Directors who want to increase their success. I specialise in Sales, Business Development & Customer Experience and believe that for a business to consistently develop and grow, customers must be the focus of everything that it does, with planned, positive action taken to continuously improve its People, Processes & Profits.

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