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Raising Your Prices

Tuesday, December 23, 2014 Mike Reddy

To raise or not to raise your prices, that is the question – and a hard one to answer it is!

Let’s walk through the process and discover how you can raise your prices successfully without doing damage to your business and customer base.  Read More

Strategy - The Key to Your Success

Wednesday, December 10, 2014 Mike Reddy

Endeavouring to succeed in a small business is much like taking on a massive road trip.

Having a map (in our case, a business plan) is a must. It will provide a route and will offer a big-picture view at where you want to go and how you will get there.  Read More

Protecting Your Cashflow

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Mike Reddy

Cashflow, or lack of, is the most common concern highlighted by 78% of new business coaching clients.

Simply defined, cash flow is the comparison of the money coming into your business versus the funds going out.  Read More

Taking Control Of Your Supply Chain

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Mike Reddy

Controlling your supply chain and raising its level of efficiency requires strategy and, as a business coach, I have seen even the smallest of clients make some quite extraordinary gains.

The management of your supply chain – no matter how large or how small – can help you set your business above your competitors (or below them) in the market.  Read More

Five Techniques That Increase Your Sales

Tuesday, October 07, 2014 Mike Reddy

There are a number of techniques that you and your sales team can employ to increase your sales simply and effectively with very little effort but with great reward.

Here are five of the techniques I utilise as a business coach to increase sales and grow your business as well as your bottom line.  Read More

Why Cheapest Is NOT Always Best

Monday, September 22, 2014 Mike Reddy

Let’s face it; consumers (businesses and individuals) always seek out the best bargain. It’s no secret; everyone wants to spend as little as possible to get exactly what they want. Typically this applies to virtually every person or entity regardless of their economic position.

The problem with this is that cheapest is NOT always best.  Read More