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HAVE YOUR DOWNLOADED OUR FREE PARFREY MURPHY APP YET?
By Seamus Parfrey
Developments in the use of mobile devices is changing the way we all use the internet. Our mobile devices have become our music and video player, our camera and our main method to communicate and research questions.
Many tasks that would typically be done on traditional desktop computers are now being done on mobile devices. So we were delighted recently to announce the release of our own free Parfrey Murphy app.
With only a few accountants in Ireland having their own App we're excited to be at the forefront of the kind of technology designed to make life easier for our clients and friends.
Most of us accept that standing still with our business actually means falling back. We see the need for business growth. And when we start a business from scratch then we're especially keen to see that growth.
But you ask; how do I get that growth?
The answer is to have a growth strategy in place. And in this article we take you through 5 proven growth strategies that will grow your business.
What's a growth strategy?
Put simply it's a roadmap for your business that shows where you are now and where you want to get to.
Whatever you're selling, one question your prospective customer will be asking is: how do I pay for this?
This could range from wondering if payment plans are available through to which credit cards you take.
Face the facts...
The reality of modern life is that many people don't carry cash or use cheque books. That's especially important to realise if your customers are the general public. If you don't have card facilities you could be missing out on a huge swathe of potential customers.
A key problem for all business owners is how to deal with the competition. Perhaps you suffer from intense competition from a rival, or maybe you're worried about competition coming from new sources as technology advances.
A question that you probably often ask yourself is: How can I get - or stay - ahead of the rest?