Winning Data Points In B2B Presentations That Win Business 29 Aug 2017 Justin Croxton Presentation Coaching, Presentations, Sales Productivity As B2B sales people, we are always looking to figure out the primary components that our presentation must contain to convince decision makers they should work with us. After developing 100’s of presentatoins for clients across large fortune 500 companies down to local organizatoins, we’ve seen a conssitency in those components that truly win deals for sales teams. Below are a few we highly recommend to our clients.Who You AreAs basic as this one may be, we recommend not listing your entire biography. Instead, list 3 bullets points relevant to your background that shows the client you and your team are best equiped to deliver the expected results.Percentage Makeup Of ClienteleProspects care primarily about results. But the other question we see a lot is “who have you worked with that looks like me?” So clearly showing case studies of work with similar industry profiled clients gives the company some comfort and ease that you can deliver similar results for them.But just as important is having clients not just in the same breadth of industry, but possibly the same revenue makeup or close to it. A dental organization that grosses $50,000,000 a year is different from a local dental practice grossing $500,000 a year.PricingPricing matters in presentations. The best question is how you present the pricing in your presentation. It’s not required but it does answer a question that is most likely to come up at some point. What we see as a winning strategy is listing 2 – 3 pricing schedules and providing the client with the services and deliverables they’ll receive under each. This provides for an effective negotiating position and gives the client some options in case they feel they’ll be priced out under one pricing option.% Improvement For Past ClientsProbably the biggest data point we see in client case studies, but are still amazed at the number of companies that do no include this data. This can take the form of many things:Percentage improvement in productivityTotal cost savings the company realizedGrowth in sales, leads, phone calls, sign up, etc…Whatever it is, typing 3 – 4 examples will give prospects some reassurance that you can deliver based on your past performance.How You Matchup Against CompetitorsNot a requirement, but we’ve seen this be an effective strategy depending how combative you want to get. We’ve seen some winning presentations including likely comparing and ultimately how they stack up on them. Placing this data in a simple chart format comparing yourself to your top 3 competitors is enough to allow you give the prospect something to think about.CommunicationClients want to better understand how they will be interacting with you and your team if they choose you. Spell this out in your presentation. Who will be the point person? What documents will be shared regularly? How often will we have conference calls? What data will be reported on those calls? This stage is important because it again shows you have a developed system that worked well with past client.Next Steps (Onboarding)Finally, what are the next stages for getting our campaigns launched? Clients love to see next steps because again it provide reassurance you know how you will onboard them if they say yes to you. It also, psychologically moves them into the frame of mind that your firm already has a process developed to get them on board working wit your company.Again, these data points are crucial to winning presentations and if you want to ensure you’re able to persuade you potential buyer, adding these elements will get you closer to that objective.RelatedBecoming A Sales Hacker W... 24 B2B Sales Blogs That C... justinThis entry has 0 repliesComments are closed.