I am tech consulting for a few small businesses generally not exceeding 9 employees in my area. I like being involved in the success of a fellow business by helping them with technology. I'm at a stage now where I need to find more clients. My ideal client would be any business who is growing, has more than 7 computers and relies on technology to the extent that when systems are down it's costing them money because I want to focus on providing high availability. My support methods are quite unique in a field where I find that some if not most companies are not happy with their existing I.T. provider (either because the support is lacking or the prices are too high). My question is, how can I find that ideal customer who wants more than "geek squad" service for their business?
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You need a sales and marketing plan. And then you need to execute them. They will take you time and money.
Some of the components of your sales and marketing plan could be:
Good luck in the development and execution of your plan!