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Owning and operating a business is never easy. Even with unlimited funding and the best employees, there are things that happen that are challenging to anticipate. When it comes time for a weekly, monthly, or quarterly check-in, there are 5 signs to seek when determining if your business is profitable. So, is it time to expand? Measure your business growth capability against the following.
A very obvious and telling sign of business growth and health are your sales. Now, sales won’t give an entire picture but they do provide a strong idea of how customers are responding to your products and services. There should be several opportunities to provide a sale. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Unless of course that basked is e-commerce.
Business growth cannot happen without a business plan that anticipates it. Business success should not be a surprise. Creating solutions and strategy will be the framework of your business plan. Also, don’t be afraid to return to your business plan to modify and adjust.
Happy employees are a great sign that things are going well in your business. A lot like the human body, internal health is vital for the longevity of the business.
Having the best business plan and sales will only last so long if your customers aren’t satisfied. Customer satisfaction ranges beyond product to service, outreach, deal, and more. Regularly give your customers the opportunity to provide feedback. They have a way of helping you improve areas you may not even know exists.
With a profitable business comes growth. If you find yourself leaning towards expansion, you may be recognizing your business’ health. Congratulations! Make sure your expansion plans are supported by the previous signs of a profitable business.Tags: assets, business growth, business plan, business planning, customer satisfaction, customers, employees, entrepreneur, expansion, sales, small business investment