Business Builder Task: Bring a Friend

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Business Builder Task: Bring a Friend

SUDSOL Leadership Board

15 Minute Business Builder Task

Bring a Friend

A UCLA study shows that women react to stress by gathering together. Women need to gather together for reassurance and a sense of safety… Dr. Tian Dayton, UCLA

Building your customer base is essential to being a successful demonstrator. One of the best (and free) marketing tools you have available to you is customer “word of mouth”. Encouraging your customers to bring a friend will help increase your customer base, increase your sales, and increase your success! Encouraging your customers to “bring a friend”! Let them know the more the merrier, spend an evening with a girlfriend and let the stress melt away!

Take 15 minutes today and prepare small giveaways to give to your customers who bring a friend to your next event.

  • Grab some cardstock scraps and place in a cello bag with a cute topper

  • Retired stamp sets? Break them up and make a basket of stamps for them to pick from

  • Left over supplies from a past class, workshop, etc? Package them up!

  • Use a pattern/template idea from SUDSOL and create a small gift box with chocolate in it!

  • Gather up a few embellishments (buttons, rhinestones, brads, etc) and package them up.

  • Other ideas?

Let your customers know that if they bring a friend they get one of these fabulous gifts! Get them prepared and added to your workshop supplies so you don’t forget them! A great way to build your customer base – and clean out at the same time

Business Share

Share your “Bring A Friend” gifts with SUDSOL! Let us know what you did/do (a picture would be great too!)

Taking Time For Business

Time is a manmade concept. It’s a little hard to swallow sometimes, particularly since everything in our lives seems to revolve around it.

Many times you hear excuses that there just isn’t enough time in the day to build your business.

Each day SUDSOL recommends one 15 minute task to work on to help build your business. These are achievable tasks that you absolutely can do.

Take 15 minutes from your lunch break, after dinner, before heading to work, or some other time that works into your schedule – and tackle just one small task to help build your business!



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