Tuesday, 27 February
Today's Topic
Value Proposition

Skill + Do

Your VP is a weapon that should require a permit to use. Do you use it as such? That would mean you wield it like a sword to differentiate your company and offering.

If you work for a company that has created a cogent, smart, relevant messaging script that accurately (and succinctly) summarizes your offering value, congrats.

A sturdy value prop is the anchor tool for every seller.

Odds are, however, that you don’t have what was described above. But that’s okay because you can help create a VP that works for you and your customers.

Your full version VP – or a truncated version – can be used in many different ways to help your selling. Try these on for size:

1. When appealing for a meeting.

2. When differentiating your value versus a competitor.

3. To combat objections.

4. When business is going south…or you’re trying to save an order. Or…

5. When you’re trying to close a deal.

Open your mind to the many diverse selling situations that call for you to use your VP, and you’ll help the buyer appreciate why they should do business with you.

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“Your customers are the judge, jury, and executioner of your value proposition. They will be merciless if you don’t find fit!” Alexander Osterwalder

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