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What is Needed to Support Significant Business Growth?

When a small business experiences rapid growth, there are certain systems that need to be put in place to support that growth, and encourage further growth. But what things are essential, and what things can hold off while the essentials are put in place? Let’s look at some of the systems and infrastructure that are needed to support growth in a business.

What is Needed to Support Significant Business Growth?

Financial Support

Having the proper financial infrastructure and support is an essential part of expanding business. Having accounting solutions put in place is essential to running a successful business, because keeping track of expenses and profit can help you make adjustments where needed to be more profitable and successful. Likewise, in order to grow the company you will need to grow in employees, and therefore need a payroll solution that can ensure everyone gets paid in a timely fashion.

Human Resources

In addition to payroll and accounting, Human Resources must become a part of your business if you have, or plan to soon expand. The larger your business gets the more employees you will be managing. Having a Human Resources person, or department, can help you rest easy knowing your employees needs are being met and their concerns are being heard.

Marketing Strategy

To expand a business and grow it rapidly, you will need to develop a good marketing strategy. In addition you’ll need a clear business plan that helps drive the business forward. This marketing strategy should align with your business plan and the two should work hand in hand to further the business. If your business doesn’t have a clear strategic plan, it’s time to develop one so you know where you are headed!

Business Consulting

In addition to expansions in infrastructure, systems, and strategy, working with a business consultant can help your business tremendously. Working with someone experienced in growing businesses can be invaluable in the long term. A business consultant can help you clarify your strategic plan, install the needed programs and systems, and help you determine if an area of your business is wasting resources.

If your business is experiencing growth and it’s hard to keep up, or you are ready to take your business to the next level, call us at The CFO Source today to discuss our business consultant services. We can help you take your business to the next level and prepare it for significant growth. Give us a call today!

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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."

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