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Boise Idaho Business Guide: Profit and Grow

Once you have identified your profit drivers, you should develop strategies to grow them without increasing costs.

This method of making your Idaho business more profitable involves looking at ways to increase sales revenue as well as decreasing your costs. During this process you should have identified products, foods or services that are creating low profit margins or even losses.

Remember, that if you have losses in your Idaho business, your areas of profitability are being drug down. If it is plausible to rid your business of these profit suckers, then do so.

A successful business does certain things well and leaves the low profit margin things to others. Be known for being the best in your field and the people will come.

Strategies to increase sales revenue

  • Increase the productivity of your staff. Teach them sales skills and how to upsell products.
  • Develop new products or service packages. Do your industry research, shop at your competitors and find out what you would personally purchase. Then find a way to improve upon those things and make your Idaho business even more unique.
  • Customer service. Develop a staff training program that will ensure a great experience from start to finish.
  • Increase your prices. If you under price your items, you will not stay in business long. It may also make your clients feel that you are not confident enough in your products or services and so why should they be. Pricing right is the most important part of pricing. If you are not sure, shop your competitors and the answers will come.
  • Retail displays. Use effective retail displays to increase your sales and bring attention to new items.
  • Strategies to decrease costs. Find anyway to decrease cost without decreasing value. There are typically 10 or more ways for an average operating business to achieve this.
  • Decrease inventory. Create a system of stock control to streamline your purchasing process.
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