How to grow your small business in 2016
A quarter of small businesses will grow in the coming year, according to research by Close Brothers Asset Finance. Will your business be one of this 25%? If not, why not?
“around 1.35 million small and medium size businesses plan to expand over the coming months”.
One article about this research, written by Simply Business, indicates that 13% of small businesses have missed opportunities for growth due to financial restrictions – how many of these thought about using flexible, affordable support in the form of a Virtual Assistant to aid their growth?
Are you a small businesses owner?
Are you the key person in your business?
Do you feel that it is easier to do everything yourself rather than get your head around employment law?
You know that you can’t continue trying to do it all if you are going to grow your business?
There are only 24 hours in a day, and 7 days in a week and you started your own business so that you could work on your own terms, right? You wanted to be the decision maker and enjoy the flexibility and rewards that come with running your business, your way, but you also wanted to be successful.
“A scalable business starts with you deciding to step away from a production role and into a management role. You take off your worker cap and put on your leader cap” Neil Patel.
Let me introduce you to the concept of a Virtual Assistant (VA) – think of them as self employed Personal Assistants.They own their own businesses and many (myself included) worked at a senior level in their previous employment. Working with a VA means you can get easy access to high quality support without employing a full-time assistant. A Virtual Assistant can be hired for one-off projects, or on a regular ‘retained’ basis – whatever you need and best fits with YOUR workload and YOUR financial position. If you are unsure what you could delegate to a Virtual Assistant or how one could support you in your business, check out this page.
If your business is at a level you are happy with, that’s really great, but if you want your business to be one of the 25% growing businesses in 2016, please contact me.
For details on how we can help you to find the space to grow your business, call us on 07814 218142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org