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Posts Tagged: Business Growth Strategy

  • Take 2 simple steps to double-digit growth

    Take 2 simple steps to double-digit growth

    There is no need to sacrifice your entire marketing strategy or your sales tactics if you want a fresh approach to ramping up your business growth. Instead, look to the resources you already have — your current satisfied customers. A customer referral strategy generates growth from a pool of targets who already know and support

  • Four key customer growth decisions for SMB CEOs 

    Four key customer growth decisions for SMB CEOs  Webinar-on-Demand

    Watch the webinar, Customer Growth Strategies for SMB Success in 2018 Customer growth is the result of a customer engagement strategy. In simplest terms, how do you find more (marketing), close more (sales) and retain and grow more (service and sales) customers? Moving from high level customer growth decisions and strategies to precise, functional initiatives

  • Customer growth: Decisions for SMB CEOs [research]

    Customer growth: Decisions for SMB CEOs [research] Research

      Decisions related to business growth Growing your customer base: it’s the central goal of most businesses. What do high-growth small and midsize businesses do differently when it comes to engaging customers? Vistage Research sought to answer that question in a study of 1,352 Vistage SMB CEOs. The results illustrate and analyze the decisions that

  • To scale your company, focus on these key decisions

    To scale your company, focus on these key decisions

    There’s no roadmap for scaling a business. But there is a decision-making checklist that can help drive your company in that direction.  Among entrepreneurs and business owners, there’s a natural tendency to equate growing a company with scaling a company. It makes sense—it’s logical to think that these are similar challenges with similar solutions. In

  • Your website is part of your growth engine

    Your website is part of your growth engine

    In working with many corporations and clients over time, I have found that there are some diverse perspectives on the importance of a company’s website.  On one end of the spectrum, a leader of the company expresses that they will get to their website later and that it is really not a priority.  On the

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