This is your first meeting with a new potential customer to present your products. The person in charge of the meeting, Laura, seemed agitated and closed the meeting with a statement that she believed that your product was not needed. What are the best courses of action now?

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Accept the answer, thank the people for their time, and leave. Move on to a better opportunity.
Demand that Laura justify her statement.
Before anyone leaves the room, ask what everyone else thinks.
Leave the meeting, but call Laura later to ask if you could visit with her in the near future to help you understand why she did not think the product was a good fit.
After the meeting, call the person who seemed most interested in your product to gain a better understanding of the organization and its decision-making process.
   

Tags
Sales Development Outreach Public New
Easy

3min

Score Distribution
# of candidates
0-33%
34-66%
67-100%
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