When it comes to expanding your business in the field of art, you should work smarter.
CRM is the abbreviation in the form of “Customer Relationship Manager”. However, when running an art company CRM isn’t the only ones to be contacted.
They are vital to have.
Artwork Archive prefers CRM to be called ‘Contact Relationship Manager’. This is where you manage customer relationships as well as managing CRM.
Let’s assume you meet a collector during an art fair. They’re curious about your latest work and are willing to set up an appointment for you to visit their studio. They could be looking for the
You can start a very profitable business relationship however, only if you take the right steps to nurture that connection.
Through Artwork Archive’s CRM, you can make a contact record for your prospective collector immediately via your smartphone. There’s no need to scrive!
Keep your important information down on a piece de paper or in an eraser.
It is easy to “create an account” and then fill in the details. Use “Notes” to include distinguishing features–including when, where
and how you met them–what art work they’ve enquired about, and any other pertinent information about the person and the reason you should be able to appreciate this
As illustrated in the image below, relationship
If the collector would like to come by your studio, can you please check their timetable?
After the fair, what week? You can schedule reminders and notes for specific people using the CRM tool.
How can you use Artwork Archive’s CRM to build relationships with existing clients
Continuing to grow the number of customers you have is essential for ongoing success, but it’s also important to strengthen relationships with your existing clients is one of
The most important factors that determine sustainable growth within the arts.