Posts Tagged ‘Opportunity’

Your Ideal Client

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Most vendors have ideal criteria for current and potential clients. In some cases companies tend to target smaller clients while others still prefer to go after larger ones. However it is the very successful company that does not discriminate or compare clients. By having an ideal image of what your client’s size should be you are eliminating other sizes from the potential market. A smaller client might end up providing more work rather than a larger client in the grand scheme of things. Clients may also provide more business in the sense that they may refer other potential clients to your company. By not looking for specific traits you will find that you will be able to handle more clients by having different tiers. As a vendor you don’t want to focus on any particular groups and miss out on other opportunities that might pass you along the way. Keep in mind that having a combination of different client types will only help you to learn the best techniques on managing them. As a professional service company it’s expected that you can handle a spectrum of all different types of clients and to grow along with them.



Hiring a New Generation

Monday, August 30th, 2010

An important aspect when creating a business is building the foundations that will make it function. While some companies still feel that experience triumphs over an individual who is new to the field and willing to learn, it’s becoming a more common occurrence that companies are hiring younger employees. The process has become easier to navigate due to the advancement of college website job postings which are able to provide a company with hundreds of eager candidates with a single posting. Not only is this process simple and free but it reaches a broader audience of candidates who are eager to work and learn for a more budget friendly cost. Some businesses fail to realize that hiring in an individual whose attending college may have stumbled upon a diamond in the rough who is destined to be successful later on in life. The idea of having an individual from a new generation also brings about fresh ideas as well as a new skill set that could possibly benefit your company. With the latest advancements in technology it is common to see young adults typing at high speeds and being able to multitask when working in an office environment. A business also wants individuals who make up its foundations to be fully capable of growing alongside it and who are committed to its overall welfare. With hiring in a younger applicant it’s important to realize that it is an investment and also an opportunity to have a future employee who can handle the company