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4 Surefire Steps to Recession-Proof Your Business
When the economy falls off a cliff like it did in September 2008, is your
business going to survive or even thrive? Most companies reacted to the
downturn by cutting the usual costs: training, travel, raises, bonuses,
headcount and 401(k) matching contributions. The bad news is these kinds of
cuts also put employees in a funk that crushes productivity by one-third or
Some companies are cutting corners on quality, but customers are even more
savvy in a recession. These shortcuts may save a few dollars now, but
ultimately they kill the cash cow because your customers will start shopping
So how do you cut the red ink without cutting corners or killing the cash
cow? Fortunately, there are simple things you can do right now to cut the
red ink, build customer loyalty and recession-proof your business. And,
since employees may not be as busy as they used to be, now is the perfect
time to simplify, streamline and optimize your business.
Read the 4 Surefire Steps to Recession-Proof Your Business here:
You Canít Cut Your Way to Prosperity:
8 Powerful Financials that are Not in Your P&L Reports
Too many organizations are obsessed with their profit and loss reports. It
hasnít occurred to them that they might be looking at the wrong numbers.
Letís look at some numbers that just might have a bigger impact on the
profit and loss, then some of the numbers that are on the reports.
1. Increase the customer sales - what could happen if you were more
passionate about increasing the volume of your customer sales as opposed to
your number of sales. The president of a company in Utah sponsored
educational sessions for his customers to bring them tools and knowledge
that would help them grow their own business. His theory was that if he
focuses on helping them grow their own business, then his company would grow
their business as a result.
2. Reduce the total cost to the customer - A forklift distributor in Los
Angeles, who sells and services forklifts to Lowe's, Home Depot, and Costco
among others, has adopted this strategy. A customer's forklift operator had
run his/her lift into a post, damaging the lift cage. The cage part of the
lift was severely bent. The normal action by the technician responding to
the call would have been to order a new cage. The cost of this part is
substantial, not to mention the labor required to remove the damaged
component and install a new one.
Read all eight ways to cut business costs here:
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