Are you considering building a remote team for your business? If so, you'll face a series of unique challenges. How do you create a sense of community within your remote team, and how do you ensure open communication. A united team is a productive team, but how do we achieve this?
January is here, which means it’s time to evaluate the year’s forecasted media trends. There have been many changes throughout the last year. Live video has grown, SEO kept changing, web design evolved even further, and User Experience continued to grow in importance....But what's next?
Networking is often an afterthought in business, and it’s understandable. To many networking means awkward conversations, but it can be so much more. If you want to continue to grow as a creative agency, you need to be networking, period.
You didn’t become a consultant because you love bookkeeping (that is, unless you are an accounting consultant). Because time spent on bookkeeping is usually un-billable time, it is important to minimize the amount of time it takes to keep your financial house in order, maximizing the profitability of your business.
Hands-off leadership is key to creating a strong, highly-functioning team. While it's a challenge, creating a culture built off of this principle is worth it. Your agency is growing, your teams are creating some amazing work, and you have new clients every month, but you’re barely hanging on. Each day is filled with meetings and check-ins, which means you don’t have time for the business development you want.
I know you want to run an awesome business. You want to be successful and have clients contacting you regularly to see if they can get your time. You want that waiting list of people that want to work with you because waiting 6 months for your time is worth it.
Are you tired of dealing with clients who have trouble understanding the true value of your services? You’re not alone. Learn how to change this today.
To improve your relationships with clients, you need to deliver results that go above and beyond. We’ll show you exactly what we mean in today’s article.