A cold call script that has been successful for the speaker and their clients will be shared in this video.
Cold calling is important because it helps catch up on sales targets, is faster than email, and allows for quick learning about the target market, and a general structure for a cold call includes an introduction.
The speaker shares their favorite cold call script, emphasizing the importance of giving the prospect a choice, finding and closing a gap, and asking for a meeting.
Asking "How have you been?" is the best way to start a cold call, but it's more important how you say it and your energy on the call; if the prospect agrees to continue the conversation, you've earned valuable time and a higher chance of booking a meeting.
The speaker discusses a cold call script that helps book meetings with struggling startup companies by addressing their need for a predictable flow of opportunities or a higher number of opportunities.
Ask good questions, tie your solution to their challenges, and find out why they're not achieving desired results in order to book a meeting.
Identify the gap between where the prospect is and where they want to be, understand what they have tried before, and use their own words to tailor your solution and close the deal.
Set up a meeting to discuss the client's sales process and how the speaker's offerings can help them increase their opportunities.
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "My Favorite Cold Call Script I've Used to Book Thousands of Meetings" by Vouris: Build a Repeatable B2B Sales Process