10 Tips To Rev Up Your Company In 2016

Here’s how you can improve sales, engage customers, and ultimately boost profits in the New Year

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4. Take a Vacation or Two. I like to work in 12-week sprints, with downtime at the end. Every second sprint I complete, I try to take a vacation to fully recharge. When I dive back into work, I’m energized and ready to take on what’s next and exceed our goals. You need at least one digitally disconnected vacation per year. Recharging and grounding yourself will supercharge your business and yourself.

Natalie MacNeil, She Takes on the World

5. Prioritize. Entrepreneurs often start with nothing, becoming adept at filling in cracks and being a jack of all trades. Over time that approach will hold the company back, and entrepreneurs need to regularly re-prioritize around their strengths. The focus should be on outsourcing all non-priority items into the organization. This makes the team stronger, avoids entrepreneur burnout, and accelerates growth.

Jeff Jahn, DynamiX

6. Find a Right-Hand Person. The one thing all entrepreneurs need to rev up their business in 2016 is an effective manager/right-hand person they get along with. There is only so much you can do on your own, so choose your battles carefully. Technology fools you into thinking that you can do it all. This manager should get along with you, the owner, and train/motivate staff while you focus on your core skill set.

Nitin Chhoda, In Touch EMR

7. Embrace Lead Intelligence and Big Data. If in 2016 you’re not fully embracing lead intelligence and big data inside your organization, you’re going to struggle. The availability of data to the SMB space has exploded over the past few years. The ease of integration into any CRM or marketing automation platform has brought big data into everyone’s hands. If you don’t take advantage of it, your competition will — so embrace it or get left behind.

Roger Bryan, Enfusen Digital Marketing

8. Gear Quality Leadership Training Towards Millennials. According to the Washington Post, 3.6 million baby boomers will retire, and more than one-fourth of the Millennial workforce will move into a leadership role in 2016. This massive shift requires new types of training approaches geared towards Millennials. New leaders are flattening corporate management and focusing on social good, rather than just the bottom line.

Andrew Fayad, eLearning Mind

9. Use the Tools You Already Have. We use AppBoy for our mobile marketing. There is so much that can be done with it to give your users the best experience possible, but at the moment we haven’t fully harnessed that power. It’s essential to make sure that you’re getting the most out of the tools you already have in place.

Brian David Crane, Caller Smart Inc.

10. Become More Progressive. The last few years have been about the expansion of digital tools, changes in marketing trends and adopting advertising to new platforms, like streaming services, partnering with content creators, and developing relationships with up-and-coming thought leaders. 2016 is truly about the refinement of those new core business facets, adopting them completely, and being progressive in your industry.

Blair Thomas, EMerchantBroker

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