AJ owns a franchise that helps people quit their 9-5 by handing them a turnkey business of lucrative vending machines. Although AJ had a successful marketing campaign generating 250 fresh leads per week, there was a problem.
He didn’t have the bandwidth to follow up with 80% of them — no es bueno.
When AJ reached out to us, his team was only focused on existing franchisees. That meant the majority of new leads coming in withered and died without a sales follow-up. Money was being left on the table.
To make matters worse:
But this wasn’t a problem too big for us to fix.
Within the first four months of working with us, Urban Vendor aligned their marketing and sales process and the training and performance tracking of new team members.
With the increased capacity, AJ was able to close more accounts and faster, leaving him time to concentrate on overhauling his quality standards for his franchisees and their development.
Are you leaving money on the table because your sales process is non-existent? Let’s take it from no es bueno to rojo caliente.