any shop in the actual operation of the process are likely to be out of stock, this time, how to deal with the natural needs of customers is a skill. So, how to deal with customers when out of stock? Let’s learn something together.

, as a salesperson in a store, when a customer comes into your shop and says you want to buy something, but what happens when the product is out of stock?

if you just say, "I’m sorry, it’s sold out."." It is inevitable to make customers feel not cordial. But if not to speak against the 1: "I’m sorry, I just sold out immediately to wholesalers purchase, there will be tomorrow." Then, the customer will be more satisfied, more comfortable.

may also be able to change a way, said: "we do not have, but there may be a store." If you want to go to a nearby store, or call the customer, the customer will find the store very friendly. In this way, not only will not annoy customers because of shortages, but improve the credibility of their stores.

but how can you do this if you don’t have a good relationship with other stores? Therefore, we must always contact with the nearby industry to establish a good relationship.

due to fierce competition, there is often a sense of hostility between the industry. Of course, there is a sense of competition to do business, but if you think carefully, we do not compete for the sale. Therefore, in the appropriate competition, we should never ignore the establishment of friendship with the industry.

do not because of a new trade near and jealous, should be generous to cope with. On the other hand, the newly opened shop, should also take the humble attitude of predecessors as the so-called "moral". This mutual respect, will enable customers to increase confidence in the shop, even in the time of shortage will make the customer satisfied.

even if the store is not available, but the service is still able to get the recognition of many consumers, so that the shop’s business increasingly popular. So, if your shop there is no case of goods, but also need to take a correct solution oh.

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