Archive for the ‘Business plans’ Category

Is your business in the summer doldrums? Does it need a shot in the arm by either revitalizing its core or by expanding into a related area? You need to start looking at your business through the eyes of a venture capitalist.

Many companies focus on marketing to the public without putting a focus on retaining the customers they have already earned. While building a book of business is important to thrive and succeed in the business world, retaining customers is just as important. One way to retain your clients and build a stronger professional relationship is to improve your customer communications. Strong communication is key if you would like your customers to believe that they are your company’s priority. Communication is also critical to looking professional, building a reputation and ultimately gaining market share. Here are 4 tips on improving your customer communications so that you can achieve the gold standard.

Starting your own business can be extremely exhausting. In the initial days, you have to wear multiple hats, from being the owner, to technician, manager, customer care and sales rep.

How do we build mutual business negotiations? Is it even possible to close a deal that is beneficial for all parties involved? Surprisingly, yes it is.

it seems a relatively safe prediction that advances in technology will proceed at a continually accelerating pace and that the role of humans in many things that we had previously thought could only be done by us will be reduced and in some cases eliminated entirely.

Every industry has its own set of standards and regulations that the business must comply with in order to be deemed credible and trustworthy by customers

I would like to share with you some of the things that I have learned from others and applied successfully in my business that just happens to be a legal practice. It’s about getting the right stuff done.

In simple terms, business efficiency means making the most out of what you have and how you can become a leader in the market.

The idea behind a mission statement is a noble one. It is supposed to set the guidelines for product quality, customer service, and help cast a vision to build a corporate culture. But let’s be honest: who cares! Our customers don’t care about our mission statements. Our employees most likely don’t know we have one.

Selling a business. Here are 4 specific steps you can take to maximize your selling price.