How did your most recent customer discover your company? Were you reaching out to a cold calling list or did they fill out a form on your website? Were they referred by an existing customer to you or did you get the contact information after meeting them at the trade show?
Tracing the path of each lead in your business can be tricky, but understanding how each one arrives is important to help direct your marketing.
It’s the beginning of a new year: an exciting opportunity for new levels of growth and success for your company. But only if you know the right questions to ask- and answer- of course. Without further ado, here are the top 10 questions every business owner seeking growth should ask in 2014. The resulting self-examination will undoubtedly lead to big things for your business. Happy New Year!
Economies are strengthening. People are buying. There is optimism in the business sector.
How can you capitalize on this? What do you want for this year? If it is to grow your business – are you prepared? Do you have a plan in place? Do you have the people to execute the plan?
January is a great time to start setting your goals for your company.
Our next blog will include the top 10 questions to ask if you plan to grow in 2014.
Article from Business In Vancouver: Ask the experts.
Printed in December 10, 2013 issue.
There are hundreds of ways to save money in any business. The trick is to think of all your costs as investments, and carefully consider the return on each investment. These can include operating expenses as well as company assets. Here are four examples our business advisory firm has seen work well in recent years.