A Business Operator is the primary force driving a team working towards fulfillment of a company vision. This may be a dedicated team of contractors, but usually includes a mixture of contractors and employees. The Business Operator is wearing multiple hats inside the business and could not afford to be replaced at fair market rate without the business crashing, additionally there is rarely enough full-time work under any individual hat to make it worth outsourcing.
Business Operators often struggle to create growth because of a lack of cashflow, I. E., Sales.
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Common Business Operator Challenges
And How to Overcome Them
Unprofessional brands cost companies the high-end clients that make bulk, profitable and long-term orders. We know because we've lived it. When you have a professional looking brand, it gives you an edge and allows you to…
Charge More for Your Product/Service
Attract More Clients
Attract Higher-End Clients
When we tightened up our brand at Grow Disrupt and worked on elevating it, we tapped into all of those benefits and our revenue and efficiency began to rise. So we got Stephanie to write down five keys to determining whether or not your brand looks unprofessional and if it’s time to fix that!
Are they something you should even establish in business?
Isn't the whole goal of business to keep clients? Won't boundaries push them away?
These are all questions we've heard time and again from business owners with hearts of gold (Which is 99.99% of business owners...!), which is why this is such an important page for you to understand! To address these concerns, we had Stephanie sit down to discuss business boundaries.