Finish with an open ended question
Practice, practice, practice!
You want to be well prepared, you never know where a potential client might be hiding! Appearing professional and confident is important, you don’t want to be stumbling on your words trying to remember what it is you prepared. And, it is absolutely essential that this becomes part of you so that your pitch comes across as natural, rather than forced.
“My company develops mobile applications that businesses use to train their staff remotely. This means that senior managers can spend time on other important tasks. Unlike other similar companies, we visit each organization to find out exactly what people need. This means that, on average, 95 percent of our clients are happy with the first version of their app. So, how does your organization handle the training of new people?” MindTools.com
Remember, this is just a starter when it comes to building rapport with potential customers and contacts. But it is essential if you want to make the most of your time with those individuals.
This is the first in our series of blogs designed to help you better understand your business accounts. We’re kicking things off with the profit & loss report!
Taking on your first employee can be an exciting time but there are some responsibilities you need to be aware of. One of them is compulsory pensions these are your auto-enrolment responsibilities. Find out what this means below.
This is the second most popular question from business owners. This sounds like a simple question but the answer is complex and involves many aspects to consider. The answers will depend on the make of the car, the tax position of the owner, their business and the method of ownership.
Dealing with overseas
customers and VAT rules can be a bit complicated for some businesses,
particularly those in retail where you may not have proof that goods are
leaving the UK.
Read below to find out more about the options available to your business.
If you receive rental income from a furnished residential letting then you’ll be aware of a “Wear and Tear” allowance, eligible for use against your properties. This allowance recently saw a change to its terms, read below for more details.