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Where to Start Growing your Company

If you run a small business and are looking to expand, it can be hard to know where to begin. By developing a smart business expansion plan, you can save yourself time and money. Being strategic in your business can help you grow while increasing your customer base and increasing your profits. Let’s look at some examples of smart ways to strategically grow your small business.

Start Local

The first step in expanding your business is to expand your services within your direct community. By building your presence within your community, you can gain customers without travel and fuel expenses. Is your company a household name in your community? If not, you may want to continue focusing on your community and the surrounding areas.

Expand Management

Another important step in expanding and growing your small business is hiring a good team. If you want to shift your focus to expansion, you’ll need a good manager you can trust to “hold down the fort” while you turn your attention to expansion. Having an experienced manager who you can trust is essential if you plan to spend significant time out of the office working on expanding. This can be a major hurdle for many business owners, so to help with understanding this need and to develop an effective strategy it’s recommended you consult with a business consultant in Maryland.

Perfect Processes

Before servicing new areas or adding new services or products, it would be wise to spend some time perfecting the processes and products you already offer. Working with a Maryland business consultant on efficiency and productivity can help free up time and money that can then be invested into growing your business. Likewise, it is important to make sure you have already perfected your business model before adding something new into the mix.

Diversify

Once you’ve expanded your market, delegated, and perfected your business processes and practices, you may consider diversifying your product or service offerings. To do this, consider offering complementary products or services. For example, if your business focuses on deck design and building, you may choose to diversify and add patio services to your offerings.

Expand Internet Presence

One way to get a lot of “bang for your buck” in growing your business is to increase your internet presence. In the age of the internet, having a good website is everything. If you don’t already have a website, it is time to invest in one. Alternatively, if you have website but aren’t using it in a way that is furthering your business, it is time to make it work for you.

If you own a small business and are unsure where to start growing your company, give the experienced business consultants at CFO Source a call today. We offer business guidance with our business consulting services and can help you take your company to the next level.

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"We struggled for several years with high turnover in our bookkeeper position, which resulted in missed billings and duplicate payments. Craig Kershaw was able to locate a high caliber person who quickly took over the accounting and is now helping to expand the business into new markets. I no longer worry about whether my accounting is being done properly."

-Bryant Brambeck, Owner, Liberty Emblem Company

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