SalesProcess io Accelerator by Nick Kozmin Free Download
Accelerator with Nick Kozmin — SalesProcess.io — Free download
Accelerator will help you 10x your Saas or high-ticket services business in one year without using investors or fundraising. Its primary focus is on helping Saas businesses scale.
Over a year, you’ll focus on perfecting an offer that solves a problem for your specific target audience.
You’ll solve the problem by learning how to:
- Generate more leads
- Close more sales
- Create a solid sales process
- Get to your first million or 5 million dollars
What is the included?
- Dial in niche and message to target your ideal prospects
- Build you high converting assets (landing pages, articles, etc.
- Launch outbound prospecting campaigns to fill your calendar
- Dial in your sales process and offer to close deals
- Build paid traffic funnels to increase your opportunities
- Duplicate the conversion processes and set a foundation for scaling
- Prepare for scaling by dialing in on onboarding process and customer experience
- Tune your machine and make sure economics are right, you should be making $3 for every $1 spent
Who is Nick Kozmin?
Nick is a self made entrepreneur who is the founder of Salesprocess.io which helps SaaS (Software as a Service) companies and online service businesses scale their sales.
Nick is a graduate of engineering Physics at Queen’s University in Canada.
But instead of becoming a scientist, he veered into business when he met his mentor Ben Steward, the CEO of Canadaian Property Stars.
He started his own door-to-door auto-detailing business after learning how to manage a sales team. It was a successful business venture which grew to 3000 customers in 2 years.
After that, he ventured into the business of online tutoring and recruited his engineering physics classmates to teach the kids from the well-to-do families.
With these successful experiences, Nick started the company Salesprocess.io in 2014 to serve SaaS companies. Again, the business grew exponentially to 800 corporate customers in just six years.