Your Tool to Find New Texas Retail Prospects Fast
Did you know Texas Business Leads sorts over 1200 new and expanding Retail Operations every Monday? And every Monday is a brand-new list with new names and numbers on the Texas Weekly Retail Report.
Each week our total list of over 3,000 new Texas Business Leads has over 1,000 leads that are retail businesses. From Car Lots to Barber Shops, Convenience Stores to Muffler Shops and from Ladies fine clothing to lawn mower repair. We have them all.
These businesses are needing new business opening services. Signs and menus, office equipment and supplies, Merchant and Security Services. Marketing and advertising. Insurance and employee health services.
With our high contact ability rate they are easy to contact and start conversations about their needs All of these contacts were processing with licensing agencies in the previous 7 days.
Our standard report is on an Excel spreadsheet. With this Excel sheet sorts can be made by age to find the Soon to Opens fast, or location by zip code, telephone area code, county, or type of business by NAICS code. These sorts help you focus on your targets and stay focused.
We can merge into a Word document or a txt or csv file for automation programs.
Check out all our custom lists and low weekly prices. Custom Lists & Prices Click Here
Do you fret and scramble for the next prospect after your last sale?
A key component for reaching your sales goals is to keep the Prospect Funnel full. The funnel is full by continuous daily prospecting. Dedicate an hour a day to making new contacts will keep your Prospect Funnel full.
After a successful sale go to the next best prospect in the funnel and start the close process. With the Texas Weekly Retail Report, you always have plenty of prospects to contact, qualify and develop through your prospect funnel.
Dan Eckert is founder of Texas Business Leads, a 22-year-old business that brings its clients new Texas business prospects every Monday. He works with Sales Reps, Sales Managers, Business Development professionals developing new prospecting strategies for the latest Texas businesses. Dan’s background is over 30 years in HR management, with many years of hiring, training, and improving sales rep’s performance. Dan has spent years observing successful and failing sales reps and the issues that affect their performance. One of the most common factors is not having enough new prospects to contact on a regular basis. Find out more at www.texasbusinessleads.com