How To Find Good Partners To Help Build Your Business

How To Find Good Partners To Help Build Your Business

Networking is Key
by Paul Clark, Service Manager

Paul ClarkPotential good partners and customers are:

  1. Networking Groups- BNI, Chamber Of Commerce, Toastmasters, BBB
  2. Mechanical Contractors
  3. HVAC Companies
  4. Restoration Companies- Water, Fire and Disaster Clean Up
  5. Construction Companies
  6. Property Inspectors
  7. Property Management Companies
  8. Commercial & Residential Brokers
  9. Maintenance & Janitorial Companies
  10. Carpet Cleaning Companies
  11. Architects And Engineers
  12. Industrial Hygienists, Mold & Air Quality Testing Companies
  13. Building Maintenance Groups

These companies can help build your business quickly & are a great networking team to help you gain more business.

A list of potential customers that could use your services is anyone that has air ducts, but here are some examples:

  1. Hospitals
  2. Office Buildings
  3. Restaurants
  4. Banks
  5. Casinos
  6. Laundromats
  7. Malls & Strip Malls
  8. Manufacturing Facilities
  9. Homes, Condos & Apartment Complexes
  10. Car Dealerships

Those are just a few of the businesses that you should target.

How to contact these potential customers and referral partners:

  • Join the BBB
  • Join the Chamber Of Commerce
  • Join Networking Groups like BNI
  • Become Preferred Vendors Or Contractors
  • Purchase Email Lists of Commercial Businesses
  • Purchase Phone lists and Telemarketing
  • Purchase Mailing Lists for Mailers or Post Cards
  • Advertise on Radio, TV, Print or Billboards

These are just a few ways to reach out to potential customers and networking groups. Remember, hard work and becoming an active member of networking groups and organizations are some easy ways to get solid leads and build your business.

Always follow up with customers in a timely manner. I would also recommend that you follow up or return calls the same business day. I try to always under-promise and over-deliver and to treat people’s homes like my own.

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