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Fundraising BPO

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Requirements For Franchise
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  1. An office space at a good location and having a good professional décor. [Note: The office space can well be at marketplace or even at your home, the location is not a mandatory issue]
  2. Computer with internet connection.
  3. Good knowledge on computer & Internet.
  4. Good dealing skills & power to convince the customers.
    Mentioned Below Is The Operational Structure For Franchise:
    1.100% payment guarantee on stamp paper
    2.PCs required
  5. Earn 10k to 10 lakhs Per month
    Franchise Fee: Rs.50,000/- (Non – Refundable fee)
    Payout: 50% of Total Business
    Location: Anywhere in India
    Agreement: 1-5 Years
  6. 5. Specific duties for this fundraising representative role include:
    Ability to empathize and engage both new and existing donors on the value of the organization.
    Building a positive rapport across a variety of personality types
    Ensuring a positive customer experience by educating donors, responding to questions, overcoming objections, and getting commitment for support.
    Keeping informed on the mission, goals and objectives of the non-profit organization
    Documenting all donor information and communications in CRM system
    Understand the impact of maintaining a professional attitude and positive customer experience regardless of the outcome

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. Define what is an outsourcer?
    In the BPO environment, the company that outsources their work to another firm is known as the outsourcer.
  2. what you understand about the BPO system, and how it works?
    Inbound call centers are contact points where customers of the parent company call for assistance or review of the product or service they have availed. A good example of an inbound call center is when anyone calls a customer care center.
    Outbound call centers are a method of lead generation, where callers call up leads from databases to create more business for the parent company. Credit card companies calling up potential clients with offers is an example of outbound call centers.
  3. what you understand about the BPO system, and how it works?
    Business Process Outsourcing is a system in which companies contract the operations of one work ‘process’ to a third party company. A good example of a BPO is an American company outsourcing their customer handling jobs to service providers in India.
  4. What is the difference between back-office and front office outsourcing?
    When a company decides to outsource an internal process of its working, it is called back-office outsourcing. For example, if a company gave a third party accounts firm the responsibilities to manage its finances, it would be back office outsourcing.
    Front office outsourcing involves customer handling services and BPO call centers from the contact point for customers of the company to address their grievances.
  5. Elaborate on the difference between inbound and outbound call centers?
    Inbound call centers are contact points where customers of the parent company call for assistance or review of the product or service they have availed. A good example of an inbound call center is when anyone calls a customer care center.
    Outbound call centers are a method of lead generation, where callers call up leads from databases to create more business for the parent company. Credit card companies calling up potential clients with offers is an example of outbound call centers.
  6. How is the BPO industry different from other corporate industries?
    The BPO industry offers a lot of growth in terms of career but requires a lot of flexibility from the employee’s end. There are frequent night shifts and erratic office timings since BPO companies are catering to all the different time zones in the world, especially in the far West.
    In the BPO industry, there is a lot of scope for freshers who have not pursued professional courses, and there is an opportunity for them to become confident corporates. Even though work timings can be erratic, there are new things to learn and different processes to master – an educational curve very few industries offer.

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