Business Success Tips
Running a small business that reaches success can at times be difficult, but not impossible.
1. Have a plan
Too often, small business owners get so caught up in day-to-day operations that they neglect long-range planning. If you have a business plan, update it to reflect your current goals. If youve never written a business plan, do soit will force you to think about what you want to achieve in 2013 and beyond.
2. Take action
Dont put that business plan in a drawer and forget about it. No matter how busy you are, set aside at least one hour a week to assess your progress toward the goals youve set. Together with your partners and key employees, create action steps and set deadlines for accomplishing them.
3. Give your website a makeover
Does your businesss website reflect what you do, or is the information outdated? Does it look current, or is it sporting a design template from 1999. Does it load easily on mobile devices so customers can access your business wherever they are? Make the necessary changes to modernize your website.
4. Take charge of your finances
If youre not already using accounting software, make 2013 the year you upgrade. A program such as QuickBooks is inexpensive, easy to learn and makes budgeting and forecasting simple.
5. Plan ahead for financing
How will you finance your business growth plans for 2013? If you cant fund growth from profits, investigate options for outside financing, whether from bank loans, private investors such as angel capital groups, or your friends and family.
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