Understanding and fulfilling the needs of customers is a skill which takes many new business owners a while to understand and execute well. Ultimately, these potential customers are the backbone of the company and offer a steady cash flow – being vital to a thriving business.
Today we’re talking about the 4 key areas on how a business can meet the needs of their customers.
Being a successful entrepreneur in todays modern market is no small feat and the lifestyle isn’t for the light of heart.
Get it right, and the rewards are limitless.
Entrepreneurial burnout is real and is a huge killer of productivity. We’ve put together our 4 best tips on how to avoid entrepreneurial burnout.
Becoming a franchisee is a great way to be your own boss and develop your business with the help of a recognised brand and industry knowledge at your fingertips. Once you’ve decided to take the plunge and researched potential franchisors, it’s time to start the interview process.
Think of your franchisor interview like a First Date. You both need to get to know each other and assess whether you’re a good fit for their franchise model. So, what should you be asking in your franchisor interview?
For most people, especially in the beginning, being in sales is hard.
It is a skill that comes with dedication, experience and lots of practice.
You wouldn’t approach a sales pitch for a cheap, everyday item in the same way you would a high-end, luxury product. That’s why if you’re going to sell high-ticket items, you must be equipped with the knowledge and skills to confidently close sales consistently. We’re going to show you what you need to know to be a pro high-ticket closer!
Are you tired of working for someone else, getting limited satisfaction and dread waking up on a Monday Morning? Ever wanted to start your own business but are unsure how to go about doing it? Maybe buying into a franchise is the answer you’re looking for! We have outlined some key facts to help you decide the right path for you.
Brexit. The word that business owners dread, politicians run from, and the general public are fed up of hearing about. It’s taken over the UK for months now, and with the original deadline being tomorrow (although now extended), what does Brexit mean for franchisees and franchisors?