Gloucester, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 20 January 2013
Webinars, or on-line seminars, can be very effective in attracting new customers and retaining existing ones. Yet many managers of small and medium size businesses think they are too difficult or not cost-effective.
These businesses are losing out on a huge market of potential customers that their competitors may be talking to.
“When we talk to prospective customers; some think Webinars are too complicated or too expensive “ said David Hunt, founder of The WebEvents Company. “Others may have attempted to run their own events but lacked the skills and know-how to run them well, so they gave up because they were not successful.”
A little help from The WebEvents Company could change all that.
They have run more than 350 Webinars for their clients and generated millions of pounds of new business for them.
Research conducted by The WebEvents Company looked at total cost of sales lead generation using a variety of event types popularly used by businesses to find new customers. These included an international conference, a national conference, a trade show, a local seminar and two types of Webinar. The cost per lead using Webinars was a fraction of the cost of the alternatives.
Business owners and managers who would like to learn more about how Webinars could be the most cost-effective way to win new business customers, can register for a no-charge 30 minute executive briefing Webinar "Why Webinars make perfect business sense" that takes place on January 24th.
This briefing will explain:
This will be followed up by another 30 minute briefing Webinar “12 key ingredients for a successful Webinar” on January 31st that will help businesses deliver more effective Webinars.
About The WebEvents Company
The WebEvents Company was set up specifically to help businesses of all sizes use Webinars to find new customers in new markets that would otherwise be unreachable. They are a leading provider of professional Webinar services having delivered in excess of 350 successful events.