Why deals fail before taking shape and what you can do to win new clients by communicating better.

Why deals fail before taking shape and what you can do to win new clients by communicating better.

Each day we visit multiple websites and send inquiries and other marketing messages to potential buyers. In this video tutorial , learn how to write an effective message that piques a buyer’s interest and evokes a response from him potentially leading to a business deal.

This video is a recording of one of the regular Webinars we host on various trade related topics. This month’s subject was to discuss why communication forms the backbone of all business deals and why you need to be an effective communicator to crack cross border deals with ease.

 

We talk about an excellent tool in the video that can help you fix spelling and grammatical errors in your messages. That tool is – grammarly. Check it out here.

If you have any ideas or suggestions about topics we should cover in future Webinars, please leave a comment below and we will be sure to follow up on your suggestion.

 

2 thoughts on “Why deals fail before taking shape and what you can do to win new clients by communicating better.

  1. Great blog about why deals fails before taking provided me great information and the tips you provided to win new clients are so good thanks for such a great blog.

    Also thanks for the great site go4WorldBusiness.com.

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  2. Thank you for the helpful tips to get clients.
    However, getting clients is even not the harder part, we observe that most buyers are not willing to offer irrevocable letter of credit and will prefer to use methods such as Cash against Documents or rt to 60days LC. Some buyers don’t even want to pay until they receive goods.
    Most of these options exposes sellers to greater risks.
    How do we convince the buyer to share in the risk too?
    I wish you can address this as your next webinar topic.

    Thank you

    Adebayo Ismail

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