"Landing just one corporate client can pay the bills for months to come and give an entrepreneur the ability to reach a huge number of people all at once," says Doyle.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 05, 2011
Millionaire Marketing Coach Bernadette Doyle believes many small business owners are overlooking a major opportunity to reach more people and increase their income. A recent study found that the biggest companies in the world spend a combined $1 trillion with third-party companies – and the majority of that money is going to a very limited number of businesses. That’s why Doyle is offering a complimentary masterclass, “How To Attract Corporate Clients” on Thursday, July 7.
“Unfortunately," Doyle said, “many small business owners and independent consultants shun the idea of attracting corporate clients, whether it’s because they just left the corporate world or because they believe they can’t really reach people through the corporate world. But the fact is, landing just one corporate client can pay the bills for months to come and give an entrepreneur the ability to reach a huge number of people all at once.”
Doyle’s 90-minute masterclass, on Thursday, July 7, will reveal to business owners:
- How to “get their foot in the door” without cold calling, networking, or waiting for referrals
- Why “small” doesn’t have to be a disadvantage when approaching large companies (and actually has a number of hidden advantages if entrepreneurs know how to play it the right way)
- Why cold calling can kill their business – and the strategies they need to use for maximum growth instead
- How to play and WIN the “internal politics” game
- How to shorten the sales cycle
Doyle has designed this masterclass for business owners who want to increase their income and reach more people by using a proven, working system for attracting corporate clients – but don’t know where to start. Her aim is to save business owners time on their quest to building their businesses and attracting bigger clients.
Learn more here: http://www.clientmagnets.com/corporatepr