Start/Grow Your Business

Start/Grow Your Business

We have been helping businesses improve their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing business problems and development of plans for improvement. There are certain areas of business administration that entrepreneurs can't ignore. Areas like marketing, technology, finance, and nowadays social media. 

This section will cover a little bit of all those areas to give you up to date information of how businesses are dealing with these matters. I will also be commenting and posting information from some sites I visit regularly or that I stumble upon while surfing the Internet.
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 20:00

Less Talking, More Doing

You are probably sucked in everyday with so many things to do. Between your email, meetings, RSS feeds, and social networks you can get lost and even waste a lot of time. You might feel occupied, pulled in hundreds of directions, but reality is that you aren't getting anywhere or getting anything done. No steps forwards  are done for yourself, your team and/or your business.

The way to play this is to have a plan for every day, where you set priorities and stay focused on the things you planed are important to get done that day. You have to be disciplined and focused to get the priorities done and dismiss any distraction that will take you away of what you are doing (even your internal thoughts.

Nowadays, consumers are relying on technology to achieve any number of tasks. They are “plugged in." Yes, they are linked worldwide and locally through social media networks.

Instead of flipping through catalogs, magazines and newspapers, they’re browsing websites and searching for information and online reviews about the products and services they want. They’re throwing to the garbage direct mailers and checking their email for coupons instead. What about phonebooks? Very few people under 70 use them.
Sunday, 29 May 2011 20:00

Social Media Marketing

The Marketing Paradigm has shifted. Nearly all consumers (97%) now use online media when researching products or services. The misconception is that only young people use these technologies when in fact, nearly all of the buying public now uses them.

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