Have you ever hosted a successful business event? If not, why?
If you’re a business owner, you probably understand the importance of face time. In business, face time is golden. Why? Because face time is often the best way to gain new clients, promote a product or service or close an important deal.
We are social creatures by nature. We evolved in an environment where visual cues made up a large portion of our decisional information. We determined whether a certain situation was safe or dangerous by what we saw. Similarly, we determined whether another individual was safe or dangerous by this same suite of visual cues.
Business is, essentially, a social process. This means that we instinctually use visual cues to determine whether a particular business transaction might be positive or negative. A customer, who is considering purchasing a product or a service, will inevitably look to the seller of that product or service when making a decision on whether to buy.
In this report, you will learn more about this relevant information life some of the following:
- Chapter 1: The Basics
- Chapter 2: Filling Seats
- Chapter 3: Show Time
- Chapter 4: The Encore