Finding new markets for my business
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Finding new markets for my business

It can be really hard for a small business when a large customer or source of customers shuts down. However it doesn't mean that your business can't succeed, you just need to find new markets and be a little innovative in your approach to marketing. This blog has some stories from inspiration business owners who have faced challenges when their biggest source of customers stops but have found ways to keep their business running and stay profitable. I hope it is inspirational for small business owners who are facing their own challenges. Please feel free to share your own stories in the comments.


Finding new markets for my business

  • Understanding the 4 Cs When Shopping for Diamond Engagement Rings

    29 October 2019

    For decades now, diamonds have served as the customary option for engagement rings. They are timeless, classic and have proven to be the most popular gems that can last for a long time. However, anyone can attest to the fact that choosing a diamond engagement ring is no minor feat. It's a complicated and time-consuming process you'll undertake before you find a ring that your loved one will cherish. This post shall discuss the four Cs of selecting the best diamond ring.

  • How to Improve Your Performance Review Process for Development Plans

    12 September 2019

    A performance development plan is mutually beneficial for both your staff. Your staff development targets will grow your employees' skillsets so they can contribute to your business and provide those employees with the foundation to earn higher salaries and feel more accomplished. Of course, in order to design and implement any performance development plan, your first need to identify areas of employee weakness by conducting regular performance reviews. Since a performance review forms the basis of your plan, it's crucial that you get the most useful possible results out of this process.

  • 3 Major Benefits of E-Waste Recycling

    12 December 2018

    E-waste refers to all the electronic gadgets and equipment that are no longer in use, and they are regularly dumped on garbage sites. E-waste recycling is the reuse of the electronic gadgets that are considered obsolete. E-waste include items such as televisions, microwaves, cookers, air conditioners, electric heaters, phones and even laptops. If you own these gadgets that you stopped using because they are in a bad condition, you should consider recycling them instead of dumping them.

  • Grow a healthy crop in any environment

    26 July 2018

    To make anything grow in the ground, you need an adequate supply of water. Everyone from farmers to amateur gardeners needs to be able to water their land, or nothing will survive. In some environments, you can rely on regular rainfall to provide the desperately needed water, but that isn't always the case. In many places, the rain is either insufficient or too irregular to be a reliable way of keeping crops alive, yet increased demand for food production means that more land needs to be brought under cultivation.

  • Could your building be more disabled friendly?

    23 March 2018

    How disabled friendly are your premises? If you want to ensure that staff and customers who rely on wheelchairs for mobility are able to navigate your building then installing one or more wheelchair lifts can be a great idea. If you are considering adding wheelchair lifts, then it is important to think carefully about the type of lifts you need and where they will be situated. Who do you want to use the wheelchair lifts?