Expansion is a natural progression for many small business. Growing your business can occur in a number of ways, it may for example be in the form of introducing a new range of products or services or opening in a new location. Whichever strategy you are considering, the first question should be is growing my business right for me?
As a new business, we are always on the lookout for ways in which we can differentiate our service from our competitors.
I particularly liked the bit about actively publicising our points of difference.
What I took away from it was: By making our USP information readily available to our potential customers, we'll make a lot of the hard work of researching and comparing the various providers unnecessary. If our USP ticks our potential clients' boxes, they're most likely to engage with us.
Cheers! ~ Blythe ( )
It’s a mobile world. Remote access of computers (and Macs!) over the internet can certainly make things a lot easier. Sharing and accessing files in the Cloud is well and good but there are times when accessing another computer is a life line.
However, you may be blissfully unaware of the benefits of a remote access tool. Let me help with some examples of how I use Team Viewer:...
By outsourcing to a VA you will realise what many other small businesses already enjoy, that hiring the right Virtual Assistant for your business has enormous benefits.
Almost every small business could benefit from hiring one and in the past five years demand has grown in leaps and bounds.Having been a Virtual Assistant since 1998, I have the experience and knowledge to assist you in growing your business.
Whether freeing you or your staff from day to day administration tasks or helping you to promote your business through online marketing strategies - my goal is to work with you to make your business grow and run smoothly.