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As a manager, if you were going to hire someone to work in your department, you’d know how to interview them. You’d know what questions to ask, how to determine their qualifications, and verify their references. And you’d likely feel comfortable throughout the hiring process.

But when it comes to hiring someone who claims to know how to take business away from your competition, motivate them to buy from you, and sell more to your customers than you can, that is an entirely different matter. You’d like to believe it, but how can you know for sure? Truth is, you can’t. The proof is in the proverbial pudding, but you’ve been disappointed before, so you’re naturally risk-averse. And we acknowledge that for you, there is both career and financial risk. We designed Risk-Free to mitigate your and your company’s risk.

There are several steps in our sales process. It begins with an explanation of what we do and why it works. How we generate revenue and market share growth for our clients is fairly complex, but fortunately, explaining it isn’t. Our conversations move from proof to proof. As we near the end of the process, we’ll even give you a list of your competition’s most valuable customers.

We’ll need that list because the final stop in the sales process is demonstrating our ability to take the most valuable customers away from your competition, get them to buy from you, and sell more to your customers. The list and business we generate for you are yours, no strings attached.

After the demonstration, you’ll have ten business days to decide if you want to use our services or not. If you see our service as a valuable contribution to your business’s growth, we’ll invoice you for our services. If, on the other hand, you decide we are not worthy of your hire, you won’t owe us a dime. How’s that for a Risk-Free offer?

You’ll be out some time, but neither you nor anyone else will have risked their career, and your company will not have squandered any of its financial resources.

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