As perfectionists within their field, sales and marketing firm Rego Interactions are always striving to improve their skill set and add value to their events. In a recent statement, Managing Director Alexander Davies discussed the importance of building relationships in order improve the chances of success and how this has helped them add value to the highly competitive market.
Rego Interactions are Newcastle’s most innovative outsourced sales and event marketing firm that specialise in maximising their clients’ brand, sales and customer base. Their direct marketing model allows them to build face to face relationships with customers and gain an in-depth understanding of consumer needs.
In the highly competitive sales and marketing industry, Rego Interactions believe that to continue achieving high levels of success; firms need to keep up to date with industry trends and continuously look for ways that they can add value to what they do.
Last week the firm hosted a workshop for young professionals, which highlighted the key ways entrepreneurs can add value to their chosen field.
The faster, the better – During the workshop, Mr Davies explained that speed could be the key to gaining an advantage over the competition. Individuals often feel that there is a direct correlation between speed and the value of the offering, therefore by aiming to offer a quick turnaround professionals are more likely to experience higher success rates.
Customer service is essential – As Rego Interactions base their business model on face to face, direct marketing they are well aware of the importance of providing unrivalled, excellent customer service. People naturally respond well to positive interactions, and by ensuring that delivering excellent customer service is paramount in their strategy, Rego Interactions believe that they can hold a unique advantage in the marketplace.
Increase convenience – People tend to appreciate a product or service significantly more if it conveniently adds value to their way of life. Rego Interactions state that entrepreneurs that actively look for ways to make consumers lives more convenient will be more likely to improve their chances of success.
The firm is now encouraging young professionals to build their network and surround themselves with successful people to continue to add value to their industry.
Mr Davies said “To stand out in the competitive market we use methods to add value to all of our events. We are always looking for an opportunity to build a strong network of industry professionals and try and engage with as many business development opportunities as possible.”