“Only 40% of small businesses are profitable (SmallBiz Trends, 2019).”
The old gate keepers are gone. The doors have been opened to a potential customer base of billions of consumers through social media and the Internet.
There are 4.5 billion daily Internet users, 5.1 billion mobile phone users, and e-Commerce sales expect to top 6.5 trillion dollars — this should be a time to create business growth.
While the opportunities are great, you’ll need a solid strategy and tactics to capitalize and use this leverage to build your business.
There is a lot of noise and your consumers are being inundated. You have to stand out over the constant ads, service providers, and other businesses that are flooding your consumers.
Referrals only get you so far. Relying solely on social media is putting your revenue in someone else’s hands — not a real growth strategy.
The key to scaling a business happens when you know how to generate revenue and scale strategically. Growth happens when you use systems and software to create out a solid offer.
Effective business growth strategy helps businesses understand tactics that increase revenue, build culture, create systems, optimize operations, and modernize the future growth opportunities.
It helps you understand how to deal with your competitors, look at the needs and expectations of customers, and examine the long term sustainability of your plan.
Not all businesses get it right. The stats tells us that there is opportunity all around us. More than ever, it’s a great time to grow a scalable business.
You’ll need growth strategy that’s based on solid business principles while also incorporating the best parts of modern channels. That is what I help businesses do.