Before meeting with a prospect, you’d do your homework. You can look up the prospect on LinkedIn to study the person’s background. Look for connections and things you have in common. Go to the prospect’s company website and read up. Identify their mission and what problems they solve. Check out their clients to get an idea of what types of companies they serve.
Doing your homework can give you the upper hand in landing the prospect.
It can also help when you’re searching for working capital to scale your services and take on bigger opportunities that will grow your business.
These valuable questions can do more than help you get more working capital for your business. They help you check to see if your company is on track in meeting its goals. You may be thinking about growing your business by taking on bigger opportunities or adding products or services.
We’re no longer at the start of the year and tax time will soon pass. After that will be a great time to put on your stethoscope to give your business an all-important physical. This exam requires taking time away from your routine to effectively gauge the progress of your company’s health and identify needed changes.