How to Prepare and Perform Digital Business Meetings with New Clients

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You only get one chance at a first impression. 
Giving prospects a polished digital appointment experience is a worthwhile first step,
but only if prepared and performed well.  

Join Leap Founder Steve Stencil on Tuesday, April 27th as he shares his step-by-step approach to setting your contracting company up with a solid digital appointment experience that will wow prospects and close deals. 

Key Topics:

  • Assessing hardware and software options for your business. 
  • Technology training and competency for team members.
  • Active preparations and troubleshooting for digital appointments. 

A wide variety of tools, products, and services are available today to interior and exterior home improvement contractors unlike ever before.

Not one glove fits all and not all businesses should take the same approach when transitioning to digital. In this webinar, Steve will discuss considerations when choosing the right tech tools for your business. But equally important, how to train your staff properly on these tools in preparation for a smooth digital meeting with prospects and clients.  

When well-executed, a digital sales appointment can immediately boost your company’s professional image and increase credibility. You will also see a drastic drop in errors and redundancy, a higher level of productive client communication, and faster turnaround times.  Going digital is great. Going digital with a prepared team and polished presentation is better.  

Meet the Speaker!

Steve Stencil, Leap’s Founder, is a former home improvement sales rep who, bogged down in cumbersome, dated processes, knew there was a more efficient way to do business. Steve took matters into his own hands, teaching himself software coding and spending years developing and testing the app. His innovation and hard work eventually pushed the company to the forefront of the home services technology industry, and the app became what we know today as Leap.