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Discussing with Prospects on Weekends : Is it value added or may piss off the prospect? What about geographic implications? (Middle East work on Sundays)

Would love to have your feedback on this to push it as a strategy within my Prospects


Looking forward to hear from you, folks!

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funcoupons
WR Officer
+11
Kahluapons
Won't catch me talking to prospects on the weekends lol. Then again, the grand majority of my clients don't work weekends so I doubt they'd want to talk to me either.
Salespreuner
Big Shot
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Regional Sales Director
Ah, I see. Sounds cool and lucky you๐Ÿ˜
kd
kdow
Opinionated
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Account Executive
I think it depends on the industry. I don't think 9-5 office people will want to chat on Saturday. I work in the medical space, and a lot of doctors would rather chat on sat/sun. A couple weekend sales is often times a difference maker at the end of the month.
Salespreuner
Big Shot
+11
Regional Sales Director
I hear you. Gotcha. So very true
Beasthouse
Opinionated
+5
Corporate trainer
family man its a piss off ..... bleeds corporate blue single money making machine? yea go ahead spend your weekends talking to workaholics it will only cost you over time.... unless your behind on kpis then weekends start on the day you hit KPI

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Big Shot
+11
Regional Sales Director
I hear ya๐Ÿ™Œ
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