Impressing clients and customers is truly pivotal in business. First impressions matter and communication between you and the people that you deal with is even more important, too.
Luckily, here is a how-to guide for quickly and easily impressing your business’ clients!
‘Wow’ Your Clients
Be sure to dazzle your clients by paying for a mail forwarding service. You could have your mail redirected to you from London, so that clients think that the capital is where you are based. It’ll make your business look far more prestigious and ‘wow’ the person you’re dealing with when they’re sending mail to you.
Another way to ‘wow’ clients is an impressive looking website. Be sure than yours is simple to use, and designed with current trends in mind. At the moment, material design is a very popular style to follow. Another something that will give your clients the ‘wow’ factor is sending them small gifts.
You could do this on anniversaries of working together. Perhaps over the holiday season, too. This is more of a gesture than anything. It’s the thought that counts, and it shows that you’re thinking about them or their business around the clock, not just when you need to deal with them.
Provide Excellent Customer Service
Customer service is the No. 1 thing that’s going to keep people coming back to your company time and time again. If they have even one lacklustre experience, then your entire B2B relationship could be over.
Make sure to fully train your employees so that they’re providing the highest level of customer service. This is in order to sustain the relationships that you have fought hard to build up with your clients.
Training can be costly, but it’s definitely worth it. Be sure to take a personal approach to each client relationship. By tailoring yourself to their needs, you will be providing a far superior experience to that offered by opposing businesses.
Ask For Feedback From Your Clients
When dealing with clients and customers be sure to ask for their feedback. Feedback is crucial to improving and bettering your services. There may be a trend that you can identify in the feedback you are receiving. If so, this can be rectified to then improve client relationships in the future.
People sadly often don’t have the time for feedback, however. A good way to incentivise them is to give them entrance to a competition to win a prize when they provide you with feedback. This prize really does not have to be overly expensive, but it must be valuable enough to seem lucrative to clients.
The money you spend on this could well be worth it in the long run! Business relationships are far more important than a costly prize, believe me.
Hopefully, if you stick to these quick and easy tips, then your client relationships will become even stronger.
Remember to impress clients while communicating effectively with them. It is the most important thing in business.
It’s your clients who earn you all your money, after all! Good luck and start impressing!