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The pandemic has caused a number of businesses to closed, forced others to innovate and many to thrive!
If you struggled with your business in 2020 and in 2021, it may be time that you relook at the tactics you currently deploy.
It takes a lot more to survive these days, under these recessionary conditions, and if you are not deploying a number of activities in a strategic way and measuring them as you go, I know you are one of several companies that are seeing a slip in their top line.
Within the last 15 months, I have grown the businesses of Caribbean entrepreneurs and my own by an aggregate of more than 300%.
….by using an integrated marketing mix of activities that included hard social selling, email marketing, organic and paid content, and good old fashion public relations.
If you are looking to grow your business right now and don’t know where to start, here is a free copy of 21 Tactics you can use to Grow Your Business.
Do you wish your company was doing better?
Has your organization seen a steady decline in sales?
All companies face difficulties at one point whether, start-ups,
medium-sized firms, multi-nationals or Fortune 500 companies.
Many of those companies that struggle with sales are sometimes unaware of all the aspects and functional areas of their business that are affecting their customers and ultimately their sales revenue.
It’s a challenge to keep an eye on your own business initiatives, as well as those of your competition. But it is a key aspect of discovering and maintaining a competitive advantage.
So how do you identify your company’s weak spots?
Well, a sales and marketing audit obviously!
Every business, no matter their industry, should be constantly re-analyzing and revisiting their sales and marketing resources, procedures and support departments such as finance or any other area that can have an impact on growth. These includes departments and areas that will affect the level of customer satisfaction and ultimately revenue; these can include warehousing and logistics, product quality, output, procurement, customer service and so on.
A comprehensive sales and marketing audit can provide a benchmark for monitoring future sales and marketing (both traditional and digital) activity, helping you develop KPIs that monitor performance.
A marketing audit will expose inefficiencies that could be turned around, sometimes with increased attention and limited spending.
Our marketing audit will highlight recommendations to improve the efficiency and output of your company’s marketing activity helping you to achieve your organizational goals.
Sales and Marketing Audits build the foundations for your future marketing decisions. They give you a better understanding of what your customers want from you, and how you can serve their needs.
If you are curious about finding out more about my sales and marketing audits and how it can help your organization, feel free to download this eBook.