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27 May 2015

How To Give Your Business A Spring Clean

How To Give Your Business A Spring Clean

Spring cleaning is a great way to regain order and can prove extremely beneficial to businesses. Not just limited to you home, spring cleaning can enable you to evaluate your business and discover your strong points as well as areas where there could be improvement.

At Fascia Graphics° we are constantly auditing our business; from systems and processes to product pricing. As a result we remain a market leader for the manufacture of membrane keyboards, graphic overlays and screen printed labels.

Recently, we completely overhauled our engineering and sales office and our dedicated conference room, to ensure an ergonomic working environment, thus improving productivity.  

Premises

Research shows that first impressions are formed within seconds, so the condition of your premises is important if you have a potential customer visiting for the first time. What do your premises say about you? What impression do they give? Identify areas of your premises where there is room for improvement and take action.

Website

In this digital era an up-to-date and responsive website is essential if a business is to survive and thrive. Your website is generally the first thing potential customers will look at when deciding whether to do business with you. If your website is difficult to navigate and looks like something from the early 90’s, do you think this will inspire confidence?

Suppliers

Who are your suppliers? Are they giving you the best deal? By auditing your suppliers and evaluating your current terms and conditions; you will be able to see which of your suppliers are performing well, and which of your suppliers may need to be revisited.

Products & Services

Do you currently have robust terms and conditions? Are your sale prices correct? It is important to evaluate your terms and conditions and sales prices to ensure you are giving your customers that best deal, while retaining your margins. To be successful you need to be competitive without having a negative impact on your bottom line.

Customers

When was the last time you did a customer survey? Customer surveys can be a great way to find out more about your customers. Who are they? What do they think of your company? The data gathered from these surveys can prove invaluable and if utilised correctly, can enable your business to grow and improve.

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