Develop a Culture of Change

Develop a Culture of Change

Stagnation is a disease for business. If you asked your staff would they tell you your business has a culture of change ready for the future? There is not doubt that many business can easily recognise a growth cycle that starts with an idea, quickly becomes growth and then absorbs the impact by settling. With a well managed business this cycle becomes a regular anticipated culture of change that brings with it fresh ideas, new staff and contributors and an understanding of slower periods in the business life. Continue reading “Develop a Culture of Change”

Growing Customers in your Business Garden

Growing Customers

Developing a customer base takes many approaches. For the FMCG team its all about volume through the door or ‘bums on seats’. For the non-profit sector it means developing a relationship that takes the constituent through the donor pyramid and for professional services marketing staff it means developing spheres of customer influence for new clients. Whatever your primary focus here are some tips for working in your business ‘garden’ and growing customers. Continue reading “Growing Customers in your Business Garden”

Going in Google Circles

Going in Google Circles

How can you be a late starter and still have attracted the millions of users that are a part of Google+? The quiet achiever of social networks is growing and being supported by groups of users who feel their privacy hasn’t been respected. The primary growth of Google+ has come as Google encourages users of its other services like Gmail and YouTube to share their profile, life and Google related media in their own social media network. Continue reading “Going in Google Circles”