Within the small business world, advice twirls on how to improve your profits and increase your company’s market share. Some of the common ideas include: utilizing social media, email marketing, trade show attendance and measurement through analytics. These are just a few of the ideas we’re being told to do to increase profits.
Since when did we forget about our greatest gift? The gift of voice is the ability to spark conversations, build relationships, listen to learn and give by offering feedback.
Communication and feedback are highly underrated for what they can help your small business achieve. Here are a few simple ways to seek feedback on your small business practices.
Let’s face it; advertising is costly, especially for a small business with even smaller budgets. We’ve prepared three simple ways to advertising success with the help of the community and an added bonus; new connections, networks and brand ambassadors.
Not only does a small business owner have to consider profit, productivity, growth and marketing for their small business, they must also consider their employees. Many successful small business owners will credit a large amount of their achievement to their employees. Here’s how to look out for yours.
Skip the corporate suits and ties, the shift work uniforms and the generic rules for dressing written in the organization handbook. As a small business owner, you can dress in whatever you so choose. But remember; your attire is often the first aspect you are judged upon by current and potential clients. Are your clothes helping your small business become a success?
What to wear…
As a small business owner your days are stretched, agendas are filled, and ability to be multiple places at once is often tested. Follow these simple steps to help your small business run smoothly and to allow your time to be spent as efficiently as possible.