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What to do with a potential customer after the first meeting[Free email template].
One customer, with whom your company really, really wants to work, has at last consented to get in touch with you after month-long back and forth e-mails. Well, the get-together went well: Your potential customer seemed to be struck by your industry knowledge, smiling more than necessary and interested in your process and employees. Not everything you have done about your company with a cover and a representation, and you have not even urged the customer to ask for an offer.
But you really want to push this relation forward and maintain the dynamics of the first encounter; you are sending a thank-you note to the prospective customer and asking for another one. Whilst new hire is a timeconsuming activity, it does not mean that you have to just lean back and await the customer to contact you in another six-month or year.
Dispatching a follow-up email to the potential customer that repeats the interview and provides more information on the topics under discussion is a good way to keep building business without interfering. However, you need something better than a "follow-up only..." email that doesn't create credibility or add value to your potential customer.
Customers are already drowing into e-mails, so the message and intended use of your follow-up e-mail must be pertinent, useful and spelled out to get a reply - this last part is the keys to advancing the relation. In order for you to start creating your own follow-up e-mails, here is a customizable templates for each customer session.
Hello [ Interested ], it was great to meet you and your staff today. We actually wrote about a former customer who was working to get over [a particular challenge] and I thought I would share that work. And I thought I would summarize some important points from today's encounter and the next moves.
In the middle of May we agreed to have a subsequent luncheon (or a call if the site is a problem). Best of all, the aim of this follow-up is to present your audience and communication abilities and your comprehension of the customer's needs. This should also help to schedule another session where you can have another talk, ask more question and keep building confidence and authority with the potential customer.