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Winning New Clients

Updated: Feb 16

There are two ways to grow your business.

  1. Offering more value to your clients

  2. Getting more customers.

In this post, we’re focusing on winning new clients.

The problem is, it’s hard work. But it is something we’re passionate about…

“I thought you were passionate about revolutionising the way tax advice is delivered?”

You’re right.

To that, I say… a drive to win new clients – or a fear of losing them – both encourage what really gets our engine running. We love to see improvement in the delivery of services… such as …you guessed it… tax advice. 😲

So, we’ve touched on the subject again and again in our ever-growing bank of useful content.

We’ve learned that it takes a lot of mini-victories to get to a sale, or to attract a lead. There are so many challenges to overcome. Plenty of which we’ve experienced in our own journey.

So we’ve decided to store everything that might help you ‘Win New Clients’ in one place. Just to make your search a little easier.

If you’re introverted and trying to sell… I suspect our fittingly named “How to sell if you’re an introvert” could come in handy.

Perhaps your challenge is a little more specific, maybe we’ve not even touched on it yet. Fair play.

There may not be an obvious solution in our bank… but it’s worth knowing that our ideas were all born out of other ideas. If the end goal is winning new clients – it’s worthwhile using our experiences… as they may just spark an idea of your own.

We’re writing new content every week. We’ve got loads planned around winning new clients… that’s going to be published throughout the year.

This is a resource for you, keep checking up on it.

This page is going to grow into a library if we get our way.

Check out our Winning New Clients resources page, here.

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