After attending Shanghai CNEF and Hospitalar in Brazil you come home and look at the pile of name cards and the masses of client information you collected. Now what? We often establish new business relationships at exhibitions such as these but the key of securing them lies in how you follow up on your clients. Ddu (www.drugdu.com), the leading global pharmaceutical and medical device B2B online platform, today shares with you some insight on how to organize client materials and write your first follow up development letter. I. Organize and follow up on your clients with purpose The first step is to collect as much information as possible and pay special attention to all the relevant details at the exhibition. For example, what the client is looking for, what they are most concerned about, what kind of products and suppliers they have in mind and which business partners they would like to keep. After this you will be able to arrange the information according to clients’ interests ...
The vexing problem of how to increase the loyalty of clients has always been troublesome to people specializing in foreign trade. Salesmen often find that their clients may say goodbye to them and end their business relationship, simply to start a new one and on other occasions, their clients disappear without any notice. In order to mitigate issues such as these, we should know what causes this behavior and how to remedy the problem.
Offering a quotation to a client is not always as simple as it sounds and may take some time to master. How can we swiftly attract clients and ensure effective communication with potential customers in a short amount of time?
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