Helping Women Build Thriving Practices

The Women’s Excelerator helps women in their mid- or encore career get the education, strategy training, and tools they need to start and build a business.

Helping Women Build Thriving Practices

The Women’s Excelerator helps women in their mid- or encore career get the education, strategy training, and tools they need to start and build a business.

Are you finally ready to make the leap from employee to entrepreneur?

 

Becoming an entrepreneur is exciting and scary and everything in between. There are moments of joy at the thought of starting your own business, then followed by fear and the reality of entering an unknown territory.

Will I be successful?

Will people pay me for my experience and expertise?

Who will be my customers?

The Women’s Excelerator works with women entrepreneurs in mid-career to develop sales strategies to build a sustainable business and develop the confidence to sell your services in your professional services firm.

Learn to articulate the work you do and the results for your clients.

Understand the process of how to sell your professional services company and develop a discipline to be successful.

Mary Jacobs, MA, is the Founder of The Women’s Excelerator and has worked with hundreds of women entrepreneurs over the last 10 years on sales strategies and Business Plans. She contends that most entrepreneurs are excellent practitioners with strong business acumen and skills, but lack the experience and confidence to sell.

“It’s the part about selling themselves that holds them back from achieving their goals. That and hiding behind behind perfectionism that delays the launch of their business”.

The Women’s Excelerator works with women entrepreneurs to develop sales strategies, find customers and grow their companies and excel in their business.

What to expect when you work with

The Women’s Excelerator:

Take the Entrepreneur Mindset Assessment.

Complete the Business Narrative about your experience, skills and expertise.

Define your Value Proposition.

Profile your Target Customers.

Analyze your Professional Networks.

Articulate Client Outcomes by working with your and your company.

Develop your Pricing Strategy and Scope of Work contracts.

Develop you Sales Strategy for your business.

  • Leveraging Your Network
  • Finding Your Customers
  • Building a Database
  • Finding Strategic Partners
  • Refining Your Sales Message
  • Developing  Plan for an Effective Sales Call
  • Using Client Testimonials

Practice your pitch.

You may need help with some or all of these aspects of your sales strategies.

Interested in a conversation to see if working with Mary Jacobs is the right fit for your goals?

 

Contact Mary Today

MaryJacobs@TheWomensExcelerator.com

(651) 246-6701