Tips to Scale Your Business the Right Way

By Emily Pribanic - Last Updated on January 7, 2020
Tips to Scale Your Business the Right Way

You can scale your business with the right tips and strategy.

There are many ways to scale your business and the best way is to study companies who have done this successfully like Google and follow in their footsteps.

Scaling their business is the dream of every business owner but it can be difficult to know how to scale a business fast. For any business owner wishing to scale their business, the first step is to create a business scaling strategy that will give you achievable goals and objectives you can complete that will lead you toward your goal.

So, what is a scaling strategy? Well, a scaling up strategy is when you focus on activities that will add revenue at a rapid rate while adding resources at an incremental rate. Scaling your business is different than growing it for a few reasons.

One difference between growth vs scale is that with growth, you are adding resources at the same rate that you add revenue. This means that you are adding revenue at the same rate that you add cost, like when you begin to hire more employees as you gain more customers. Scaling your business, on the other hand, focuses more on adding customers then it does employees and resources.

With a scale up business model, your company is more focused on generating consistent revenue growth without adding extra cost and resources. The line between scaling and growing your business can become fuzzy but if you follow these tips, you’ll know how to scale business growth the right way.

How to Scale Your Business

Simple Processes

Many successful entrepreneurs agree that taking complex processes and making them less complex is essential to their success. This is because complex processes use up a lot of time that could otherwise be used to generate more revenue more effectively. Complex processes not only require more meetings, more people, and more explanation, but it slows down business and inhibits growth in the process. Complexity can easily creep its way into the processes of your organization so as a business leader or CEO, it is essential that you continually take actions to simplify operations and the strategy of your business. When processes are kept simple, you are better able to stay engaged with the biggest contributors to your success, your customers.

Focus on Customer Satisfaction

Acquiring new customers may be how companies scale up but it is also extremely important to focus on your existing customers as well. A study conducted by Nielsen discovered that 92% of customers around the world trust the recommendation and opinions of friends, family, and earned media like influencers. It has been proven that when customers are happy with the service you provide, they will become your best salespeople and share their happiness with their community. The best way to improve customer satisfaction is to anticipate their needs and adjust your business model so that you focus on them even after they’ve made their first purchase. It is important to remember that the best brands engage with their customers long after they have left their store or completed their purchase and these brands are successful because they prove to their customers that they genuinely care about their needs and satisfaction.

Invest in Employees

As a business owner, you can’t be present for every transaction so it is essential that you have talented, caring employees to successfully represent the business while you’re away. Many companies have begun to understand how essential it is to retain top talented employees and have begun to offer benefits like fitness centers, nap rooms, college reimbursement, on-site medical care, and more, just to keep their talented employees happy, and it works. When employees are happy and feel as if they are cared for, they are more likely to dig deep to help the business thrive and share their vision for company growth passionately. Employees today are more demanding than ever and it is essential to offer a work/life balance at your company to create more loyal, hardworking employees.

With the right mentality and the right knowledge, you can scale your business, ensuring the essential gets done and satisfaction and quality are at the highest level.

Emily Pribanic

Emily Pribanic | Emily is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She has her B.A. in Advertising with a concentration in Copywriting. Emily has been writing since she was young and has a creative imagination. She lives in Dallas, Texas with her family and two cats.

Emily Pribanic

Emily Pribanic | Emily is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She has her B.A. in Advertising with a concentration in Copywriting. Emily has been writing s...

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