Strategic Partners

8 Sure-Fire Ways to Get More Customers Through Your Doors

Getting customers through the door is tricky business. In fact, only 15% of B2C products sales are closed directly through the Internet, so new acquiring new customers is as important as ever. Thankfully, there are some simple tactics to attract more footfall. Here are eight tips for getting customers to come to you: Don’t Be Afraid of Offline Tactics While the digital … [Read more...]

10 Financial Questions to Ask Your Potential Business Partner

Entering a new business partnership can be as frightening as it is exhilarating —especially if it’s your first venture into entrepreneurship. As most entrepreneurs and business owners know, the creative, big-picture ideas are often where the passion lies. On the flip side, the finances can be a bit of a dreadful subject. However, having those tough conversations about money … [Read more...]

How to Impress During Lunch with Potential Business Partners

You have landed a lunch meeting with potential business partners. Congratulations—this could be a major step forward for your company. Now you must concern yourself with impressing the people you meet so they will want to partner with you. Below are some of the steps you should follow to have a good experience at a lunch meeting with potential business partners. Come with a … [Read more...]

Startup Going Under? 4 Steps Your Business Should Take to Keep from Drowning

Starting a new business can be incredibly stressful, and financial challenges are common. You may struggle to get recognition from your target audience in a crowded marketplace or to differentiate your business from the competition. Perhaps you are having trouble getting new leads or closing the deal when you do get new leads. You have likely spent a considerable amount of … [Read more...]

Expand Your Business Capabilities without Hiring New Employees

All independent professionals and small business owners reach a point at which they realize the options are grow bigger or stagnate. For some, whether it is due to budget, risk aversion, logistics or other constraints, hiring more full-time employees may not be a viable option. To prevent stagnation at this precarious phase of business development, consider the value of … [Read more...]