Potential Client List

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May 25, 2005 11:50 pm

When meeting with a Branch Manager for a position, what is the best way to present your potential client list?


   For example,


       Quantity or quality?  (whats a good amount of clients)


       How should the list be set up?   (name & net worth)

May 26, 2005 1:22 am

Your potential client list is no better than the phone book.


It doesn't really matter how you present it.  It is all smoke and mirrors until you close a sale.


The best thing is to impress upon the manager that you are willing to work hard and develop a referral network.  Let him know which potential clients you have the most influence with and which ones have the most influence in their communities.  High net worth doesn't mean a thing if you have no influence over them and/or if they are a hermit and have no influence over other HNW folks.

May 26, 2005 10:08 am
menotellname:

Your potential client list is no better than the phone book.


It doesn't really matter how you present it.  It is all smoke and mirrors until you close a sale.


The best thing is to impress upon the manager that you are willing to work hard and develop a referral network.  Let him know which potential clients you have the most influence with and which ones have the most influence in their communities.  High net worth doesn't mean a thing if you have no influence over them and/or if they are a hermit and have no influence over other HNW folks.



I agree.  And a good way to present all that information is by creating a business plan.

May 26, 2005 1:19 pm

Any good books for  business plans?