Keeping customers happy once you have them board is vital for small businesses. This maintains your income, your position as expert or 'go to' with customers and provides opportunities for referrals and extra services. So what about attracting new customers? Failing to attract enough customers is concerning - but if you know why it’s happening, you might be able to turn things around. Here are six reasons why customers could be going elsewhere and what to do about it. 1. Your
It’s no surprise that there’s been an explosion in demand for online shopping recently. Going online is a great opportunity for small businesses. It can help expand your offering and grow your customer base (including international reach). However, setting up a successful ecommerce platform comes with its own challenges.
It’s essential to have your financial housekeeping in order before you start expanding into new areas. It’s also vital to implement best practices from the
If you sell tangible, non-perishable retail products, you’ve likely been greatly affected Covid-19. You've probably read about the thousands of businesses shifting their focus to online sales during COVID-19. There is a process that goes into getting your business online. However, it’s not as difficult as you might think – and you’re not too late. Here are 10 simple steps to help you transition to eCommerce, so when we come out of this, your business can thrive.
First, a dis
Small Business Discretionary Grant (SBDG) There is new funding recently announced for discretionary grants to be made available to businesses who missed out on the Small Business Grant and Retail, Hospitality & Leisure Grant. Grants issued by Warrington Borough Council within this scheme will be capped at £10,000. This new scheme will once again be looking to prioritise businesses who fall within the eligibility criteria set by Government as follows: Small businesses in share