Cold calling sucks.
No one ever picks up. Pre-call research – who has time for that? Gatekeepers are absolute monsters to get past! Voicemails never get answered...
WE GET IT.
The list goes on and on.
But here’s the real problem. It works.
Cold calling is an exceptionally powerful tool. It’s a strategy that helps lead business owners to introduce their solution to buyers who otherwise may have never heard of them. It’s a time-tested way to keep the top of the sales funnel full while your closers focus on closing. Not to mention, it’s a useful supplement to the inbound leads that come in from marketing departments. There is simply no strategy that replaces the commitment of dialing through a list and having real conversations with prospects.
We also understand that small and medium size businesses don’t necessarily have the resources to hire a full-time inside sales person or don't have the bandwidth to manage that activity.
That’s where we come in.
We help our clients do the things they don’t want to do. Or just don’t have time to do. Or in many cases, the things they simply can’t afford to do.
We offer our clients the ability to create top of the funnel activity on a fractional basis.
How does it work?
- Companies can buy a fraction of an Incept Account Growth Specialist to identify sales opportunities
- By paying a flat monthly fee, you get the benefits of lead generation/appointment setting without the additional management and overhead of a full time employee in-house
- The fractional allocation can flex up and down with seasonal demand
Did I just hear a sigh of relief? That’s right – cold calling can be out of your hands and forever replaced with a flowing stream of business opportunities.
To have productive conversations that drive meaningful results.
To help you become the best version of yourself.
Incept began in 1993 as a team of customer contact center consultants whose aim was to reduce the cost associated with customer service support. For more than two decades, Incept has worked with Fortune 500 companies like Microsoft, Honda, and the American Red Cross to reduce costs and increase support.
More recently, we realized that some of the same cost pressures were affecting small to medium size businesses within the sales departments. Companies need more sales activity, but don't have the resources to hire a full-time inside sales person or the bandwidth to manage the activity.
In 2016, Incept added a division called Incept Grows in order to solve that problem.