Close the Deal: The 3 Best Environments for Sealing Business Deals

It goes without saying, no matter how great the service or product you’re providing, you have to make other people believe in it, or else it won’t go far. But how do you get other people to believe in what you’re selling? Well, it’s no surprise that a lot if it has to do with how you approach the situation and where—in other words, the meeting space you choose will set the atmosphere. If you’re trying to convince someone in the wrong place, chances are you’ll be turned down. So before you pull out your speech, consider the three best environments for closing business deals.

1. Virtual Conference Room

Presentation is everything, especially when it comes to closing a deal. But if you’re a small business, you might not have the adequate conference room space to make that lasting impression. Don’t worry, all is not lost, there are alternative solutions such as conference room rentals, that can make your company look professional without the high overhead cost. Davinci’s meeting rooms for rent are located worldwide and in key downtown areas, offering lobby and directory listings, as well as catering services, so you can take advantage of all the amenities that a large firm has, but at a much lower cost. These conference rooms are great if you work primarily out of your home, if your business employees are dispersed around the country, or if your office space is simply too small to provide the adequate amount of space your clients may need to feel comfortable. Find the perfect meeting space location to close your next big business deal with Davinci meeting rooms today.

2. The Golf Course

The golf course is the quintessential place to close the deal. At the golf course you have a chance to show your prospective client or business partner that you’re able to play fair and work well with others. Being successful at business means much more than calculating numbers and forecasting reports, it’s about building relationships and instilling confidence in others. When you’re enjoying a game of golf with prospective clients, never start the conversation off with business. Try talking about other events like the game, and keeping things light to get everyone comfortable and to win them over. As the game progresses, try to understand what issues your prospective client is facing and how your company can help solve the problem. Be sure to come to the golf course with business cards and exchange them before the end of the game. This is a great segue to planning a lunch on a later date. If you play it right, it’s the chance to demonstrate how smart, capable, and likeable you are to prospect clients, making it the perfect setup for closing the deal.

3. At The Client’s Office

The most important part of closing a deal is your prospective client’s comfort level. If your prospective client doesn’t feel comfortable in their setting, they’re more likely to be apprehensive to what you’re saying in general. The best way to remove any unnecessary hurdles and ensure that they’re 100% at ease, is to close the deal at their office. When you make the effort to go out of your way and meet them at their own space, it shows that you’re thoughtful about their personal needs. Having the conversation on their terms will ease their apprehension, leaving them more open to your proposal.

Closing business deals is imperative to the growth of your company. But it takes more than a great product or service to convert prospects into loyal customers. People don’t only want to interact with what you’re offering, they want to like and trust in you before they choose to invest in your company. And part of that has to do with how well you carry yourself when it comes time to closing a deal. Although, it may not seem that important, the right atmosphere is crucial to building long lasting and successful client relationships. Keep these three places in mind next time you’re planning to close a business deal and your meeting is sure to be a success.

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Coco Quillen

Coco Quillen

Coco is the Vice President of Operations at Davinci Meeting Rooms. She manages the strategic development and operational implementation of services for Davinci. She works closely with all teams to ensure customers are well taken care of. Google