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You have a lot on your plate.
If you’re like 66% of small- and medium-sized business owners, you’re personally responsible for at least three of the following areas: operations, finance, sales, marketing, human resources, customer service, product development, and IT.
You’re not alone in your efforts to recruit and retain the best employees.
Businesses are built by people. Which means as you grow, your employees become more and more important to your continued success.
Never settle for the way it has always been done.
Make one of your business and personal goals to stay ahead of new innovations in your industry and more broadly. This could mean embracing new technologies or trying new ideas, particularly from your own pool of talented employees.
Partnering with a bank can help increase your access to capital.
It’s hard to gain the trust of a bank when you’re just starting your business. Banks are notoriously conservative with their investments, which means you need to focus on what you bring to the table.
Limit your expenses to maintain your profits.
Growing your revenue is obviously important as a small business owner, but limiting your expenses is equally vital to your long-term success.
Invest in your business by investing in your employees.
Making an investment in your people makes them feel valued. It also encourages their loyalty to you and your business. As your business grows, it is important to continue
Do you have the cash to keep your business flowing?
A whopping 82% of small business failures are due to issues with cash flow. Accidents involving employees and customers can stop your growth in it tracks, or worse, shut your business down completely.
Automation is your friend.
Find new technologies and tools to help automate the tasks that are ancillary to your business. And always look for new ways to streamline your processes.
Reminder: you’re never in it alone.
Whether you’re a veteran entrepreneur or just getting started on your journey, it’s always good to learn from those who have gone before. Here are seven quick business tips from successful small business owners