Archive for May, 2016
An important part of any business is the marketing and the gaining of customers. Without customers, most businesses would fail. These customers may be in the form of patients, contractors or even government facilities. Either way, without someone to employ or to provide business to, a company is likely to fail. A lot goes into the proposal when attempting to gain a new customer. Government contracts are often highly desired for their level of consistent work, pay and experience availability. However, gaining a government contract is very competitive and a lot of work needs to be done in order to win the government bid. The proposal is a very important part of this process.
The proposal is what will be submitted to the governmental contract department. It will include things such as the services t
Reaching your potential customer base as a small business can be costly and time consuming. It is difficult to compete with the big budgets and innovative gimmicks of larger competitors and small business owners can feel as though they are losing the war for customer attention. There are ways to reach your desired audience without shelling out millions of dollars, though. Here are three easy ways to get your customer’s attention without breaking the bank.
Where’s your sign?
It might sound simple, but the reality is that your on-premise signage can result in new sales. Almost half of all new customers listed an on-premise sign as the factor that attracted them to a small business. If your current sign could do with a bit of updating, consider the fact that it will likely only cost you $0.