There are seven key factors that change in scale in a “big deal.” Here’s how to identify them–and then take the necessary steps to land it.You don’t climb the biggest hill in your neighborhood the same way you would tackle Mount Everest. Changes in scale require a big shift in tactics.Let’s start with the seven things that make your big sale different than your average size sale:Size: Obvious, sure, but worth the mention. Adding a couple of zeros to the deal can change more than just the sweatiness of your palms.Complexity: The bigger the deal, the more moving parts. Moving from 100 loaves to 100,000 loaves may not change the recipe–but it increases the logistical complexity of getting the bread to the market.Decision-makers: Big sales choices are made by more senior people with different agendas (and budgets) than the front-line user.
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