5 Goals Every Small Business Owner Should Set for 2017

Monday, March 27, 2017, AM | Leave Comment

No matter if we’re talking about signing up for the gym, spending more time with your family, or starting a new hobby, setting goals that will help you improve your life is always important.

The same rule applies to your business as well. And now is a perfect time to start thinking about what you want your business to achieve this year.

We have come up with a list of five goals every small business owner should give some thought.


    5 Goals Every Small Business Owner Should Set for 2017

  1. Improving Your Online Presence

    Today, we rely on the internet more than ever. And with so many people on the web, every small business owner should think about improving their online presence.

    First of all, this means making your website as mobile-friendly as possible since more and more users are surfing the web on their smartphones and tablets.

    Furthermore, social media has never been more popular, which makes platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, a perfect place for promoting your small business.

    You can start a page yourself or hire someone to be in charge of your social media presence.

  2. Making Your Meetings More Productive

    As a small business owner, you should always aim at making your meetings more productive.

    And, if you start adapting small changes to your meetings, their effectiveness is guaranteed to improve over the course of 2017.

    There are mobile event apps that can help you make sure everyone who is supposed to attend the meeting knows exactly where and when it’s going to take place.

    In addition, employees and business partners who cannot attend your meetings, can start using applications, such as Skype, to stay up-to-date with the topics discussed.

  3. Identifying Your Budget Guzzlers

    The best way to improve your business is to identify your weak spots, the reason you’re losing assets, and start making necessary changes as soon as possible.

    You can start by taking a closer look at all the payments your clients made to you and start dealing with those who are late. Sending a polite reminder is always a good option. Still, you should also think about the procedure you will apply if they don’t respond to it.

    You can also turn to experts in financial services who can provide you with a perspective on all economic, legal, and financial aspects of your small business.

  4. Investing in Employee Training

    Employee training is something your business can always benefit from.

    No matter which industry you work in, there are plenty of seminars and courses that can help you improve your employees’ productivity.

    Not only this, but sending your employees to formal training will make them feel valued and appreciated, which is something you should always aim at.

    You can also think about sending your staff to a team-building training if you want to create a successful team dynamics in your small business.

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  6. Building a Better Brand

    Effective branding is something that can help you take your small business to the next level.

    Having this in mind, building a better brand is definitely something you should focus on during this year. This means you should think about redesigning your logo or coming up with a slogan your customers will find interesting.

    Just bear in mind that your brand is much more than just a name and a logo – it’s what both you and your business stand for. It’s also how your customers and others perceive you.

Focus on these five goals and 2017 is guaranteed to be a successful year for your business. This approach will help you improve your revenue, increase your employees’ productivity and open new opportunities for the future.

Author BIO

Dan Radak is a marketing professional with ten years of experience. He is a coauthor on several websites and regular contributor to BizzMark Blog. Currently, he is working with a number of companies in the field of digital marketing, closely collaborating with a couple of e-commerce companies.

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