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  • Article title: A 3-Step Guide to Growing a Profitable Business Enterprise
  • Article text: As the CEO of a growing company, you must balance the day-to-day operations with the financial obligations of your business. Effective financial planning is vital to its success.

    It’s essential to manage your finances as you grow your business because if you're not careful, it's easy to get into trouble. Here are three proven strategies to help keep your business on track, profitable, and growing.

    [*subheading*]Establish an Effective Financial System[*endsubheading*]

    Expanding your business requires additional sources of capital to fund operations and fuel plans.

    Traditional lending institutions, such as banks and credit unions, are one option. However, obtaining these loans can be challenging, especially if you have an original business venture. Investing in venture capital can be another option, but this process can be difficult and time-consuming, too.

    While private individuals can take advantage of [*link https://oportun.com/" style="text-decoration:none; *]loan places[*endlink*] throughout the US like Oportun to finance growth, multinational organizations require a diverse portfolio of funding sources. These sources may include loans, equity investments, grants, and government contracts. If you have multiple sources of capital, you will be better able to deal with any unforeseen circumstances and continue to grow your business.

    Preparation is the key to raising capital. You will be in an advantageous position to keep your business in the black by becoming familiar with the various sources of funding and putting together a solid financial infrastructure.

    [*subheading*]Coach Your Executive Team to Win[*endsubheading*]

    In your role as CEO, you are responsible for [*nolink https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/309360" style="text-decoration:none; *]assembling a top-notch team[*endlink*] that will grow your business.

    After you know what your employees' skills are and where they want to go, you need to help them put those skills into practice. Give each person ownership for tasks that will help them develop in their key areas. You can do this by giving them more challenging assignments, letting them take the lead on a new project, or pushing them to make sales calls. The best way to learn is by doing, and the more autonomy you give them, the more you will demonstrate your faith and confidence in them.

    Make sure your people understand that you do not expect them to be perfect — mistakes are part of learning. Risk-taking is key, as is learning from failures and continuing to move forward. To encourage your team, share stories that encourage them to take the initiative. Get inspiration from everywhere. For example, you could tell the story of an Australian girl who [*nolink https://www.parentherald.com/articles/105556/20211207/young-girl-establishes-successful-toy-business-pixie-fidgets-retire-teens.htm" style="text-decoration:none; *]started her own toy company[*endlink*] when she was ten. She now expects to earn more than $21 million over the next few years from a deal with Myers, a major retailer.

    As the CEO, it’s your job to set the tone for company culture. Establishing an atmosphere of excellence and encouraging your team to take risks will create an environment conducive to growth. Enhancing the skills of your executive team will set the stage for a successful future for your business.

    [*subheading*]Develop Strategic Partnerships[*endsubheading*]

    To grow as an organization, you must develop relationships with [*nolink https://smallbusiness.chron.com/strategic-partnering-relations-18073.html" style="text-decoration:none; *]strategic partners[*endlink*]. These are companies with complementary business models that can help you reach your desired audience.

    For example, if you’re running a chain of clothing companies targeting millennials, you might want to partner with hip restaurants. If customers show their receipts from your partner businesses, you could offer them discounts. The partnership would be a win-win  —  you would gain exposure to a new group of potential customers while your partner would become more popular with their target demographic.

    Relationships should be approached with a give-and-take mentality. You must give something valuable in return for exposure

    [*subheading*]Set Your Business Up for Success[*endsubheading*]

    You can use these three steps to keep your business back on track and headed in the right direction. You’ll build a thriving business if you create an efficient financial system, coach your executive team, and nurture strategic partnerships.

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_Article title: A 3-Step Guide to Growing a Profitable Business Enterprise
_Article text: As the CEO of a growing company, you must balance the day-to-day operations with the financial obligations of your business. Effective financial planning is vital to its success. It’s essential to manage your finances as you grow your business because if you're not careful, it's easy to get into trouble. Here are three proven strategies to help keep your business on track, profitable, and growing. [*subheading*]Establish an Effective Financial System[*endsubheading*] Expanding your business requires additional sources of capital to fund operations and fuel plans. Traditional lending institutions, such as banks and credit unions, are one option. However, obtaining these loans can be challenging, especially if you have an original business venture. Investing in venture capital can be another option, but this process can be difficult and time-consuming, too. While private individuals can take advantage of [*link https://oportun.com/" style="text-decoration:none; *]loan places[*endlink*] throughout the US like Oportun to finance growth, multinational organizations require a diverse portfolio of funding sources. These sources may include loans, equity investments, grants, and government contracts. If you have multiple sources of capital, you will be better able to deal with any unforeseen circumstances and continue to grow your business. Preparation is the key to raising capital. You will be in an advantageous position to keep your business in the black by becoming familiar with the various sources of funding and putting together a solid financial infrastructure. [*subheading*]Coach Your Executive Team to Win[*endsubheading*] In your role as CEO, you are responsible for [*nolink https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/309360" style="text-decoration:none; *]assembling a top-notch team[*endlink*] that will grow your business. After you know what your employees' skills are and where they want to go, you need to help them put those skills into practice. Give each person ownership for tasks that will help them develop in their key areas. You can do this by giving them more challenging assignments, letting them take the lead on a new project, or pushing them to make sales calls. The best way to learn is by doing, and the more autonomy you give them, the more you will demonstrate your faith and confidence in them. Make sure your people understand that you do not expect them to be perfect — mistakes are part of learning. Risk-taking is key, as is learning from failures and continuing to move forward. To encourage your team, share stories that encourage them to take the initiative. Get inspiration from everywhere. For example, you could tell the story of an Australian girl who [*nolink https://www.parentherald.com/articles/105556/20211207/young-girl-establishes-successful-toy-business-pixie-fidgets-retire-teens.htm" style="text-decoration:none; *]started her own toy company[*endlink*] when she was ten. She now expects to earn more than $21 million over the next few years from a deal with Myers, a major retailer. As the CEO, it’s your job to set the tone for company culture. Establishing an atmosphere of excellence and encouraging your team to take risks will create an environment conducive to growth. Enhancing the skills of your executive team will set the stage for a successful future for your business. [*subheading*]Develop Strategic Partnerships[*endsubheading*] To grow as an organization, you must develop relationships with [*nolink https://smallbusiness.chron.com/strategic-partnering-relations-18073.html" style="text-decoration:none; *]strategic partners[*endlink*]. These are companies with complementary business models that can help you reach your desired audience. For example, if you’re running a chain of clothing companies targeting millennials, you might want to partner with hip restaurants. If customers show their receipts from your partner businesses, you could offer them discounts. The partnership would be a win-win  —  you would gain exposure to a new group of potential customers while your partner would become more popular with their target demographic. Relationships should be approached with a give-and-take mentality. You must give something valuable in return for exposure [*subheading*]Set Your Business Up for Success[*endsubheading*] You can use these three steps to keep your business back on track and headed in the right direction. You’ll build a thriving business if you create an efficient financial system, coach your executive team, and nurture strategic partnerships.
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  • Article title: Can You Buy Happiness?
  • Article text: It’s a generally accepted notion that the more something costs, the higher the quality of the goods. The underlying question is, are those goods in fact better quality or are they believed to be because of the price tag?

    [*subheading*]Rationale[*endsubheading*]

    Generally speaking, people aren’t [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/world-mental-health-day-does-more-money-correlate-with-more-happiness/" style="text-decoration:none; *]rational beings[*endlink*]; at least not all the time. They tend to make rash decisions based on emotion and/or perception. Everyone has a different motivation for making luxury brand purchases. It can be a reward for an accomplishment, trying to gain social acceptance from peers or because it improves their self-esteem. 

    [*subheading*]Marketing[*endsubheading*]

    In order to have a successful endeavor with any business, marketing is essential. You need to establish a brand that consumers trust. Lesser-known companies and products are being introduced to the public through subscription boxes. These boxes are especially beneficial to eCommerce businesses. Through [*link https://flow.space/blog/kitting/" style="text-decoration:none; *]kitting[*endlink*], various products are sent to consumers, items they may not have known about previously, helping the business to keep their inventory with lower overhead costs.

    [*subheading*]Price Pleasure[*endsubheading*]

    Buying luxury items is driven by emotion. Studies have shown there is an [*nolink https://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/091115/psychology-behind-why-people-buy-luxury-goods.asp" style="text-decoration:none; *]emotional attachment[*endlink*] between the cost of items and the perceived quality. Even when exact replicas are available at a fraction of the cost, consumers will still purchase the higher-priced item. 

    Blind [*nolink https://www.businessinsider.com/sc/why-we-like-expensive-things-2018-12" style="text-decoration:none; *]price experiments[*endlink*] have been executed, with the exact same bottle of wine, but different labels. On one bottle of wine, the original label is covered with a more expensive price. On the other bottle, of the exact same wine, the label is covered with a less expensive price. The end result, despite being the exact same wine, subjects consistently chose the more expensive wine as being better quality. 

    To add to the validity of the study, they did another experiment with the same bottle of wine. However, the second time, they switched the labels identifying which wine was more costly. Consistently, the wine with the more expensive price label was identified as being the better-tasting wine. 

    This conundrum is referred to as a marketing placebo effect. It’s when consumers associate more pleasure or quality from items that cost more. It’s essentially tricking your brain to associate less risk and higher quality with a more expensive price. This doesn’t just apply to things consumers buy for themselves, but also gifts for others. Aligning higher costs with the perception of higher quality goods makes for an expensive holiday shopping season. 

    [*subheading*]Status[*endsubheading*]

    For as far back as you can go in history, you’ll find having things that are commonplace among elitists creates a source of envy and motivation for the average person. Essentially, people [*nolink https://www.michaelsolomon.com/fashion-psychology/luxury-brand-marketing/" style="text-decoration:none; *]strive to achieve luxury items[*endlink*] as a badge of honor for others. It’s a way to display a level of success in life marked by having items not everyone can afford. That’s not to say that everyone has the same motivation to buy these big-ticket items. For some people, especially where artwork is concerned, owning a piece can be born from true appreciation of the work as opposed to buying it because they can. 

    It all boils down to perceived happiness. Often, people who make purchasing luxury items a priority, despite their own economic standing, may be compensating for some aspect of their life that’s lacking. 

    At the turn of the 20th century, owning and displaying certain luxury brands evokes a sense of accomplishment. Moreover, these expensive items add to one’s perceived worth and success the more they are envied by those who can’t afford them. 

    Money can’t buy happiness, but it can help fill the void for something else you may be missing in life.

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_Article title: Can You Buy Happiness?
_Article text: It’s a generally accepted notion that the more something costs, the higher the quality of the goods. The underlying question is, are those goods in fact better quality or are they believed to be because of the price tag? [*subheading*]Rationale[*endsubheading*] Generally speaking, people aren’t [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/world-mental-health-day-does-more-money-correlate-with-more-happiness/" style="text-decoration:none; *]rational beings[*endlink*]; at least not all the time. They tend to make rash decisions based on emotion and/or perception. Everyone has a different motivation for making luxury brand purchases. It can be a reward for an accomplishment, trying to gain social acceptance from peers or because it improves their self-esteem.  [*subheading*]Marketing[*endsubheading*] In order to have a successful endeavor with any business, marketing is essential. You need to establish a brand that consumers trust. Lesser-known companies and products are being introduced to the public through subscription boxes. These boxes are especially beneficial to eCommerce businesses. Through [*link https://flow.space/blog/kitting/" style="text-decoration:none; *]kitting[*endlink*], various products are sent to consumers, items they may not have known about previously, helping the business to keep their inventory with lower overhead costs. [*subheading*]Price Pleasure[*endsubheading*] Buying luxury items is driven by emotion. Studies have shown there is an [*nolink https://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/091115/psychology-behind-why-people-buy-luxury-goods.asp" style="text-decoration:none; *]emotional attachment[*endlink*] between the cost of items and the perceived quality. Even when exact replicas are available at a fraction of the cost, consumers will still purchase the higher-priced item.  Blind [*nolink https://www.businessinsider.com/sc/why-we-like-expensive-things-2018-12" style="text-decoration:none; *]price experiments[*endlink*] have been executed, with the exact same bottle of wine, but different labels. On one bottle of wine, the original label is covered with a more expensive price. On the other bottle, of the exact same wine, the label is covered with a less expensive price. The end result, despite being the exact same wine, subjects consistently chose the more expensive wine as being better quality.  To add to the validity of the study, they did another experiment with the same bottle of wine. However, the second time, they switched the labels identifying which wine was more costly. Consistently, the wine with the more expensive price label was identified as being the better-tasting wine.  This conundrum is referred to as a marketing placebo effect. It’s when consumers associate more pleasure or quality from items that cost more. It’s essentially tricking your brain to associate less risk and higher quality with a more expensive price. This doesn’t just apply to things consumers buy for themselves, but also gifts for others. Aligning higher costs with the perception of higher quality goods makes for an expensive holiday shopping season.  [*subheading*]Status[*endsubheading*] For as far back as you can go in history, you’ll find having things that are commonplace among elitists creates a source of envy and motivation for the average person. Essentially, people [*nolink https://www.michaelsolomon.com/fashion-psychology/luxury-brand-marketing/" style="text-decoration:none; *]strive to achieve luxury items[*endlink*] as a badge of honor for others. It’s a way to display a level of success in life marked by having items not everyone can afford. That’s not to say that everyone has the same motivation to buy these big-ticket items. For some people, especially where artwork is concerned, owning a piece can be born from true appreciation of the work as opposed to buying it because they can.  It all boils down to perceived happiness. Often, people who make purchasing luxury items a priority, despite their own economic standing, may be compensating for some aspect of their life that’s lacking.  At the turn of the 20th century, owning and displaying certain luxury brands evokes a sense of accomplishment. Moreover, these expensive items add to one’s perceived worth and success the more they are envied by those who can’t afford them.  Money can’t buy happiness, but it can help fill the void for something else you may be missing in life.
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  • Article title: Making Trade Shows Work for Your Business
  • Article text: A trade show gives businesses the opportunity to promote their products or services to a large audience. Business owners can also meet industry partners and customers, learn about current market trends, and examine their competition at these events.

    Some trade shows are open to the public, while others are only available to members of the trade or press. When considering attending a trade show, research the type of show and whether your company can gain anything from attending.

    Attending a trade show can be a wonderful way to generate leads and boost your business visibility. However, if you don't plan and prepare for the show, you may end up wasting your time and money. Here are some tips for maximizing the value of trade shows for your business.

    [*subheading*]Planning for a Trade Show[*endsubheading*]

    Trade shows require planning. Decide which show you want to attend, book your booth space, and start marketing your presence.

    Choose a trade show that is relevant to your industry and offers you the chance to meet your target audience. As soon as you find the perfect show, book your booth space. Booth spaces fill up fast, so if you wait too long, you might not get the space you want.

    After you book your booth, promote your presence. Send out email blasts, post on social media, and distribute flyers as part of your marketing plan. The more people you can attract to your booth, the more successful your trade show will be!

    Besides displaying your goods, take the time to explain the [*link https://newschoolarch.edu/blog/what-is-product-design/" style="text-decoration:none; *]product design process[*endlink*] to curious booth visitors. Focus on educating instead of selling to engage visitors. The goal of attending a trade show is to generate leads. Collect the contact information of everyone who visits your booth so you can follow up with them after the show.

    [*subheading*] Make the Most of Your Time[*endsubheading*]

    Whether you are a small business owner looking to drum up extra business or a corporate executive working the trade show circuit, maximize your time.

    Take a walk around the show floor to get an idea of where your booth will be before deciding where to put it. Choose a location that will get good foot traffic but isn't so close to the entrance that people will just walk right by.

    When you have [*nolink https://www.build-review.com/tips-on-building-the-best-exhibition-display-for-your-business/" style="text-decoration:none; *]designed your exhibition display[*endlink*] to present your business in the best possible light, be sure to staff it with friendly, outgoing employees who are knowledgeable about your products or services. And, if you have a large booth, consider holding presentations or demonstrations to attract visitors.

    Don't forget to give away plenty of [*nolink https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbusinesscouncil/2021/02/08/seven-ways-to-maximize-the-impact-of-promotional-products-for-virtual-events/?sh=23aac4e35280" style="text-decoration:none; *]promotional items[*endlink*]--everyone loves free swag! Also, always have business cards, brochures, and samples of your products on hand. 

    Additionally, you can attract attention to your booth by offering a giveaway or contest.

    [*subheading*]Following Up After the Show[*endsubheading*]

    After the show, take advantage of all the contacts you made. Reach out to them by email, phone, or social media. 

    Also, reach out to any industry partners or potential customers you met at the show. Arrange a meeting or coffee date so you can discuss working together further.

    By taking action to stay in touch with people after the show, you can turn your trade show leads into long-term business relationships!

    [*subheading*]You'll Get Better After Each Show[*endsubheading*]

    Follow these guidelines if you're heading to a trade show soon. They will help you to stay productive and make the most of your time there. If things didn't go as planned, figure out what you can learn from your mistakes to [*nolink https://www.inc.com/young-entrepreneur-council/13-smart-ways-to-stand-out-at-your-next-trade-show.html *]stand out at a trade show[*endlink*] the next time. And even if things went well, try to formulate your best practices for the future. Remember, whether it was a flop or a smashing success, you'll keep getting better each time you attend a trade show.

_Brand: BUILD (£125.00) £125.00
_Select Publication Date: 2022-05-02
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_Article title: Making Trade Shows Work for Your Business
_Article text: A trade show gives businesses the opportunity to promote their products or services to a large audience. Business owners can also meet industry partners and customers, learn about current market trends, and examine their competition at these events. Some trade shows are open to the public, while others are only available to members of the trade or press. When considering attending a trade show, research the type of show and whether your company can gain anything from attending. Attending a trade show can be a wonderful way to generate leads and boost your business visibility. However, if you don't plan and prepare for the show, you may end up wasting your time and money. Here are some tips for maximizing the value of trade shows for your business. [*subheading*]Planning for a Trade Show[*endsubheading*] Trade shows require planning. Decide which show you want to attend, book your booth space, and start marketing your presence. Choose a trade show that is relevant to your industry and offers you the chance to meet your target audience. As soon as you find the perfect show, book your booth space. Booth spaces fill up fast, so if you wait too long, you might not get the space you want. After you book your booth, promote your presence. Send out email blasts, post on social media, and distribute flyers as part of your marketing plan. The more people you can attract to your booth, the more successful your trade show will be! Besides displaying your goods, take the time to explain the [*link https://newschoolarch.edu/blog/what-is-product-design/" style="text-decoration:none; *]product design process[*endlink*] to curious booth visitors. Focus on educating instead of selling to engage visitors. The goal of attending a trade show is to generate leads. Collect the contact information of everyone who visits your booth so you can follow up with them after the show. [*subheading*] Make the Most of Your Time[*endsubheading*] Whether you are a small business owner looking to drum up extra business or a corporate executive working the trade show circuit, maximize your time. Take a walk around the show floor to get an idea of where your booth will be before deciding where to put it. Choose a location that will get good foot traffic but isn't so close to the entrance that people will just walk right by. When you have [*nolink https://www.build-review.com/tips-on-building-the-best-exhibition-display-for-your-business/" style="text-decoration:none; *]designed your exhibition display[*endlink*] to present your business in the best possible light, be sure to staff it with friendly, outgoing employees who are knowledgeable about your products or services. And, if you have a large booth, consider holding presentations or demonstrations to attract visitors. Don't forget to give away plenty of [*nolink https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbusinesscouncil/2021/02/08/seven-ways-to-maximize-the-impact-of-promotional-products-for-virtual-events/?sh=23aac4e35280" style="text-decoration:none; *]promotional items[*endlink*]--everyone loves free swag! Also, always have business cards, brochures, and samples of your products on hand.  Additionally, you can attract attention to your booth by offering a giveaway or contest. [*subheading*]Following Up After the Show[*endsubheading*] After the show, take advantage of all the contacts you made. Reach out to them by email, phone, or social media.  Also, reach out to any industry partners or potential customers you met at the show. Arrange a meeting or coffee date so you can discuss working together further. By taking action to stay in touch with people after the show, you can turn your trade show leads into long-term business relationships! [*subheading*]You'll Get Better After Each Show[*endsubheading*] Follow these guidelines if you're heading to a trade show soon. They will help you to stay productive and make the most of your time there. If things didn't go as planned, figure out what you can learn from your mistakes to [*nolink https://www.inc.com/young-entrepreneur-council/13-smart-ways-to-stand-out-at-your-next-trade-show.html *]stand out at a trade show[*endlink*] the next time. And even if things went well, try to formulate your best practices for the future. Remember, whether it was a flop or a smashing success, you'll keep getting better each time you attend a trade show.
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