2016-11-21 00:00:00 Growing a Business English Small business owners can add a kicker to close a deal quicker or solidify an existing customer relationship. https://d1bkf7psx818ah.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/08214823/Food-truck-employee-carries-kicker-promotion-sign-to-hang-on-truck-parked-on-city-street.jpg Implement a Kicker to Sweeten the Deal

Implement a Kicker to Sweeten the Deal

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As a small business owner, attracting investors or new business is crucial. A kicker is a tactic that small business owners use to make sales and close deals.

A kicker is an additional bonus to a business deal. It can be additional shares given to an investor, or it can be a free item or discount for a retail sale. Adding kickers to business dealings can solidify new or existing relationships with customers or attract investors to a new business. Providing shares or merchandise purchase credits ensures that the investor or customer has a vested and ongoing interest in the company.

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