401(k) SALES MATERIAL
Confidently walk into your plan sponsor meetings and demonstrate your value.
Introducing Retirement Plan Marketing Sales Material
Do you want to enhance conversations with prospects, boost confidence in your retirement plan services and build your reputation as a retirement plan specialist?
Now you can demonstrate your strengths and show prospects why they should select you as their trusted advisor.
Sales materials are professionally developed to help you increase your close ratio by focusing on topics important to plan sponsors.
All materials in the portal have undergone our rigorous compliance process so they are ready for approval from your compliance department.
Simply add your contact information and share with your prospects, clients and centers of influence.
A professional 8-page brochure to share with plan sponsors and other influential retirement plan decision-makers. This piece serves as a perfect introduction to your business. It conveys your experience and builds trust as a professional retirement plan.
A powerful piece that can extend as your digital handshake. This is your go-to piece for follow-up, emails and answering the call to "send me something". It highlights your mission and key concepts your firm focuses on to support both the plan and participants.
Whether you are pitching in person or via Zoom, a beautiful and thoughtful pitch deck will help you stand out. This professional PowerPoint is designed to demonstrate your strengths and why prospects should select you as their retirement plan advisor.
Organize your process and set everyone up for success with an interactive factfinder. This is a questionnaire to gather pertinent retirement plan information, so that your office can research, analyze and then share the findings/results with decision-makers.
Explain your fiduciary process and tell plan sponsors how you will service their retirement plan. This works great as a pitch meeting follow up piece.
Do your clients have questions on 3(16), 3(21) and 3(38) services? This piece compares these services and amount of fiduciary responsibility delegated to the plan sponsor.