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Chaz

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#30161 30-Jan-2009 13:14
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Hi,

Not sure if this is the correct forum.

I am looking for anyone that can point me in the right direction. I need the services of a company / person / group that can do outbound cold calling campaigns to then setup meetings for me to visit potential clients.

We are a niche hardware / services vendor in the wireless space and do not have our own sales team.

Any thoughts / contacts / info would be great.

Many thanks.

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  #192912 30-Jan-2009 13:22
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Wanted to add, ideally we would like to have an arrangement, where possible, to agree a 'no meeting/win, no fee' basis and only pay for valid contacts / business generated. Does this exist in New Zealand?

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  #192947 30-Jan-2009 15:48
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Chaz:I am looking for anyone that can point me in the right direction. I need the services of a company / person / group that can do outbound cold calling campaigns to then setup meetings for me to visit potential clients.


I met with these guys about 6 months ago when we were thinking of doing the same thing.  Didn't end up going with them, as decided to spent our marketing budget in a different avenue.

Chaz: Wanted to add, ideally we would like to have an arrangement, where possible, to agree a 'no meeting/win, no fee' basis and only pay for valid contacts / business generated


Doubt anyone will agree to it.  They normally agree to x amount of appointments a week, it's up to you to turn it into a successful sale.

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  #192953 30-Jan-2009 16:22
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Thanks for the info. I suppose per meeting setup is fair. Any idea of typical rates?



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  #192996 30-Jan-2009 20:51
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Can't remember exactly, I think ours was 10-15 appointments per week for 1,2k??

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  #196089 16-Feb-2009 17:10
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Thanks. I had tried the guys listed earlier - no response / no reply, so still looking.

That said - not sure if the requirement still exists as the guys are considering closing the office - so I might be spending more time looking for a job :-(

Anyone looking for a wireless specialist?

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