With the nation’s economy still in turmoil and the holidays quickly approaching, the country faces many a financial challenge and small businesses are at the highest risk. The only constant is the question echoed by millions of business owners nationwide “How can I invest in attracting new customers and still pay my bills?” —
Enter Cristina Arce, AKA Promo-Woman. Arce is a national author, business coach and the C.O.O (Chief Outrageous Officer) of a boutique marketing and promotions company Captured Glory Miami, one of the most successful South Florida promotional products companies for the last 20 years.
Arce enjoys empowering small business owners so much that she and her team developed a Customer Retention and Sales System that focuses on helping business owners in the upcoming holiday season tap into the customers they already have a relationship with.
“As a small business owner, and a single mother I understand the struggle my peers are facing and I know the pressure they have to “figure things out” for themselves. Based on many of my calls with my own clients, I know that this holiday season will be one of the most crucial for many business owners. So, my team and I developed a way to make sure that customers keep you in mind and help create a reciprocal financial flow for the holidays.” Arce said.
The Captured Glory Miami Customer Retention and Sales System is designed to help:
1. Avoid the hassle and cost of getting new customers
2. Get your current customers to buy more frequently
3. Get your current customers to buy more quantity of your products and/or services
Studies of the last six recessions have demonstrated that companies that DO NOT cut back on their marketing budgets achieve a greater increase in profit than companies which do cut back.
• According to Mc-Graw Hill, companies that increased marketing budgets during the 1981 recession beat competitors not just during the downturn but for the following 3 years.
• Coca Cola increased their marketing to $350 million in 2001 and so far, their net income is up 22%
• Kellogg is another powerful example they kept their marketing through the Great Depression. Guess who dominated the cereal market for the next 50 years. That is right… Corn Flakes.
“Since 2002 I have seen this constant never fail… the best customer is the one who keeps coming back to you. Over 84% of businesses need to retain their customer base to stay open. Thankfully, we have developed a proven system that will attract, convert to new sales, and nurture an existing customer and client base so the sales are made and bills can be paid.” Arce explained.
Arce's team created a free "Promotional Product Guide" to match a business owner's needs, budget and desired reach to the right product that can help them make an impact with their customers. In light of this year's economic shutdown she is also waiving her normal fee for a professional 30 minute consultation (normally $397) for all of those who get her "Promotional Product Guide".
“I have been blessed to stay open during the shutdown and help many of my clients do the same. My desire was to do more than just help my customers, I want to empower them to take control of their incomes and the outcomes of their business. I wanted to share with them how to grow and make sales through relationship building and customer nurturing… without needing to spend a lot of money.” Arce went on to say.
If you are a business owner that would like to see what products are right for you and your budget CLICK HERE for a free Promotional Product Guide that can be downloaded without speaking to anyone.
If you already have the Promotional Product Guide or would just like to have Cristina Arce and her team at Captured Glory Miami book a 30-minute discovery call to see how they can help you attract new business and stay relevant to your customers during the holidays, contact them at the information below.
Name: Cristy Arce
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Organization: Captured Glory Miami
Address: 5245 NW 36 Street Suite # 230 Miami Springs, Florida 33166
Release ID: 88974617