How to GROW your business with BOXFOX

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Spring is around the corner — we can feel it! The days are getting longer, we’re shedding some layers, and most importantly, with 2019 in full swing, we’re thinking ahead to Q2 and beyond.

What’s on our mind with all this new? Growth. Specifically, growing your business in ways big and small.

Do we have your attention?

We’ve got 3 hot tips on how to do just that, courtesy of the experts of our Corporate Concierge team.

1. Keep it personal. Business is always personal. And growing existing and new relationships is all about building relationships — what better way to do that by remembering the personal details about your clients and partners? Whether it’s checking up on a client who is returning from maternity leave, sending a little birthday gesture their way, or simply sending some industry news direct to their inbox, these little gestures pack a big punch in making you their favorite contact.

2. Follow up and follow through. The best, most long-lasting relationships are about doing what you say and going above and beyond to follow up after you do just that. This is a great sentiment, but isn’t always the easiest thing to do in a world where schedules are packed and we’re juggling projects left and right. Luckily, our Corporate Concierge is here to make your life easy by reminding you of the milestones you should be hitting and providing inspiration.

3. Curate a gifting suite. We might be biased (okay, we definitely are!), but a beautiful BOXFOX gifting suite is the perfect way to grow your business. Why? In our opinion, nothing says we care about your business (and you as as a contact) than a personal gift that’s tailored to the season. Whatever the theme, it can be a great way to show a current client that you’re thinking of them (and grow your relationship) or to bring in new clients to the fold (and grow your database). Plus, with custom collateral, it can be an amazing educational opportunity and way to stay top of mind. 

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