Chamber Blog--Positioning For Success
Ask any business owner what their cost of goods are, or their comp sales and they can probably rattle off numbers. Ask about their core values and company culture, they might not answer so quickly. Although vitally important to the success of any business, core values are tough to measure in a tangible way.
There are 7.7 billion potential clients out there in the world. And although that number obviously decreases exponentially with each business, the point is, we can’t possibly serve everyone, everywhere. More important than cost of goods or competitor pricing is how well you know your target audience and how much they value your services or product.What every business needs to consider when establishing pricing for its product or service offered. Follow these five tips to determine the value of the products
A new year brings new opportunity. As we celebrate the 2nd year of the Tax Cuts Jobs Act, small businesses are well positioned to grow and prosper.
Ashley D. Bell
According to recent results of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce & MetLife Small Business Index (SBI), a quarterly survey of 1,000 small business owners nationwide,* optimism is at an all-time high. This rise in business confidence points to a rebound in the national outlook and reflects the highest levels yet recorded in this survey's seven quarters, to date. Let's see why and what you can apply to your business.