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3 Tips on Effectively Managing Sales During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Coronavirus Outbreak - cfamedia

Across the world, business organisations, especially in Asia, Europe, and North America, are already shutting down and most have instructed their workers to work from home due to the pandemic outbreak of the coronavirus also known as Covid-19.

The outbreak of the coronavirus has changed a lot of things and there has been a downward slope in global business interaction.

Apple’s iPhone has experienced a huge dent as a result of the company’s primary manufacturer, Foxconn, shutting down the majority of its production in China.

This closure has caused Apple to lose billions of dollars in revenue.

Apple is not the only global brand facing this issue, lots of companies across the world are also battling with this.

One of the major effects of the coronavirus is that it has affected customers behaviours in relation to their buying pattern which has drastically changed some marketing data employed by marketers.

Globally, sales are drastically going down but irrespective of these unfavourable odds, how do you stay ahead and ensure your organisation keep recking profits and making sales.

Below are few sales tips that will ensure an organisation keep hitting the numbers and making sales.

Focus on leads

Now is basically the best time to start following up on leads via calls and video chat.

Believe it or not, most people have already quarantine themselves and are more apt to listen to you than before.

Get your team to start code calling also and get people interested in what you have to offer and be very persuasive about it.

Be Ready for Virtual Presentation

To effectively ensure that you keep locking down leads and generating profits, you must prepare yourself for virtual presentation.

Technology has basically made life to simple now and you can perfectly interact and pitch your business to basically anyone irrespective of where they are.

The outbreak of coronavirus has ensured organisation cut down on travelling expenses for their personnel, but you can exploit this and through virtual presentation and close down deals.

Do not press the Panic Button

Most organisations have already pressed the panic button and lost millions of dollars, but you should not toll this path for now, instead, be watchful and go in for the kill when the situation presents itself.

Sometimes, deals may be affected as people are now more afraid but do not let that deter you, patiently follow up periodically.


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