commercial proposal solely
Entrepreneurs always have the question of how to increase business efficiency. Efficiency in a small business needs to be increased constantly, looking for new ways and opportunities. And one of the possible ways to increase efficiency in your business is to reduce inventory, however strange it may seem. We’ll talk about this today.
Why less inventory is a more efficient business?
First, inventory is a cost. First you need to purchase them, and then store them in a warehouse (which, by the way, is most likely for rent, no?). Continue reading
5. Lifetime value of the client / Cost of attracting one client
This indicator will allow you to understand how much you will get back from each invested ruble. In our case, it looks like this: 28750/500 = 57.5. For each invested ruble in attracting customers, you get in the long term (i.e. for the time during which the client buys goods or services from you) 57.5 rubles. Very good, by the way :-). But this is just an example, of course. By the way, this shows how important it is to work with regular customers.
This parameter very clearly shows the long-term prospects of your business. If every invested ruble brings you 2 or 5, then this is a bad business, you know. Draw conclusions and make corrections. Continue reading
Recently, Entrepreneur-Pro has talked a lot about how and due to what to increase sales, examined how world giants sell goods, and indeed talked a lot about sales. Today we’ll talk about how to make a commercial proposal correctly, and thus, in a certain sense, we will complete the topic of sales in business (I say in a certain sense, bearing in mind that we will not return to it for a while, but it’s clear that this the theme is endless, of course).
How to make a commercial proposal is an extremely important issue in business, because, as you know, this is the basis of sales in many types of business. And although many experts have spoken out on this issue, I allow myself to do my bit without pretending to universal recognition, as usual :-). So let’s get down to business. Continue reading