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Springtime—a time for flowers blooming, warmer weather, longer days, and rejuvenation. After a long winter, there’s something about packing up the winter coats and enjoying the extra daylight hours that brings a renewed energy and the desire to get organized. And while you may be used to spring cleaning your home or yard, have you considered spring cleaning your business? Dust off the cobwebs and revitalize your company with these 7 ways to spring clean your business:
Freshen Up Your Website
It’s always a good idea to go through your website and make sure links are functioning properly and that the information listed is still accurate. Check if the content, mission statement, services/products, logo, and colors are still up-to-date and if anything has changed. If your website is outdated or not functioning properly, it can cost you tremendously. You may also want to consider freshening things up with new content and SEO updates to stay competitive.
Reevaluate Your Business Goals
When is the last time that you thought about your business goals and checked in to see if you are on track to meet them? Ideally, you should be revisiting and reevaluating your goals frequently, but if you haven’t been doing that, make it a priority now. The spring is a great time to consider your business goals because you still have time to make any necessary adjustments to get back on track before the end of the year.
Clean Out and Organize Your Inbox
A cluttered, overflowing inbox is guaranteed to weigh you down. Go through your inbox and try to identify any correspondence that you can unsubscribe from like unwanted newsletters. Take it a step further by organizing your emails into folders to help keep things even easier to manage.
Restock and Organize Inventory
Take a good look at your inventory and see if there are products taking up space that you need to clear out. Reorganize your stockroom and determine what you need to stock up on now if summer is your busy season.
Reexamine and Optimize Processes
We’ve all heard the expression “work smarter, not harder”. One of the best ways to determine if there are opportunities to optimize processes is to speak with your team. Ask them if help you identify any ways to streamline procedures and increase productivity. Maybe you can simplify how you pay bills or manage payroll. Or perhaps you can automate or digitize some of the most time-consuming manual processes in your business. Sometimes just a simple change can result in a major improvement in productivity.
Clear the Physical and Digital Clutter
Does your business have any old files taking up space either physically or digitally? Free up space on your desk, in your office closet, and in the cloud by organizing files and folders. Consider deleting or throwing away anything that you no longer need. Having an organized workspace and computer will help you work more efficiently.
Review Your Staffing Needs
Along with the hustle and bustle of spring brings the start of a busier season for many businesses. Think about your staffing needs going into the summer and consider if you need to hire additional seasonal employees. Instead of waiting until the last minute, get a jump on hiring now so you can secure top talent for your business before they are scooped up by another company.
Could your business use some cash to help you complete your spring cleaning? At SBG Funding, getting access to the capital you need couldn’t be simpler. Apply today and see what a difference funding can make.
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