Where do you want your business to be by the end of 2016 – and then in 2017? If you’re struggling to answer the question, you may need to step back and assess your company’s present position. That’s because, to map out a route to your preferred destination, you must first understand exactly where you are today.
The Business Development Bank of Canada lists the first two steps of the process this way: make a plan and then track expenses diligently. “You have to understand your historic costs before planning for the future. This requires gathering data in an effective and efficient way,” the article reads, adding that cost-tracking can’t be an afterthought; it needs to be an “integral part of your ongoing operations.”
Other tips from the article include:
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Although no one knows your business like you do, feedback from someone outside the business can help you to target cost-cutting opportunities for a healthier bottom line.
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