For early-stage start-ups, we test the most successful sales approaches, validate the sales potential and achieve the sales targets for Series A. More mature start-ups optimise and scale their marketing and sales organisation with us and thus leverage their full growth potential.
Every start-up is unique. Nevertheless, the measures for success are always the same.
Segment customers - define customised service offers - create sales blueprints - build sales collaterals - generate lead lists and contact data - set up CRM systems and sales tools - set up reporting systems - create campaign plans - and much more.
Make contact with ideal customers - run ads on Google, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc. - send email cascades - call leads - win appointments with decision-makers - evaluate KPIs - A/B test offers - switch channels and methods - and much more.
Identify optimisation potential - optimise processes - recruit and train employees - temporarily fill key positions - roll out sales and marketing IT tools - connect sales partners - open up new segments and countries - and much more.
In our > 150 start-up projects, there was almost everything. In every respect. Here is a small selection of them.
Your starting position and goals are decisive for our cooperation. We therefore take the time to understand them precisely. For example, "We have to achieve the sales figures for the next round, no matter how" is different from "We want to show our investors the full sales potential". Accordingly, we define the joint approach and the success factors for our cooperation. This is what we measure ourselves by.
We develop, optimise and scale marketing and sales for you hands-on in practice. Not on paper. We bring everything you need: from marketing experts and sales professionals to the IT tool stack for immediate use. What we contribute depends on what you already have and need (skills, resources, ...). Because this changes dynamically, our commercial model offers high flexibility. At calculable costs.
A study by Western University shows that face-to-face interaction is 34 times more effective than an email.