BUSINESS GROWTH

 

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Introducing Flourish From Melanie Curtis

Flourish is our new business advisory service provided by Melanie Curtis Accountants. Full of inspiring content and assistance on how to improve your business.

Take a look at the blogs below to find out more information on how to start your business growth journey.

How Fresh Eyes Turned a Business Around
12 Jul 2017

How Fresh Eyes Turned a Business Around

An optometry practice had been trading for over 20 years under a previous owner’s name as their business brand.

Is your Marketing Plan as Tired as your Business Brand?
28 Jun 2017

Is your Marketing Plan as Tired as your Business Brand?

There are many ways to market your business, and the key to maximizing your efforts and marketing spend is to inject variety in your marketing plan.

Fail Fast
20 Jun 2017

Fail Fast

If you're not failing, you're not trying!

Why do you get up in the Morning?
12 Jun 2017

Why do you get up in the Morning?

Most people in business spend too much time focusing on what they do. It's time to figure out why you do what you do!

Give your Business Direction
05 Jun 2017

Give your Business Direction

Strategic planning is important for your business because it provides a sense of direction and outlines measurable goals to keep you and your business on track.

"Hobby" Turns into a Business
08 Jun 2017

"Hobby" Turns into a Business

It’s an incredible thing when a little idea grows to something bigger than you could have imagined.

How to Improve Your Sales Conversion Rate
10 May 2017

How to Improve Your Sales Conversion Rate

Too often, leads slip away through laziness. If you think about it, you know every objection to your business's products or services; but do your sales team have a systematised approach to dealing with those objections?

Plan for Future Business Success
08 May 2017

Plan for Future Business Success

Jeff Immelt, the CEO of General Electric, once said that he has only two items in his job description: One is to retire with the value of the company exceeding that when he took over and the other is to find a successor.

Succession planning acknowledges that your team members will not be with a business indefinitely. It provides a plan and process for addressing the changes that will occur when they leave.