5 ways to promote your small business

Marketing at its best


Looking for profitable business growth? Acquiring new clients and retaining existing ones is probably a key part of your strategy. So we asked some of our clients how they go about promoting their business.

Advertising, marketing and client satisfaction

Looking for profitable business growth? Acquiring new clients and retaining existing ones is probably a key part of your strategy. So we asked some of our clients how they go about promoting their business.

Watch this video to learn why putting the client at the centre of everything you do can make all the difference, along with other insights revealing:

  • why you need to know your offer is competitive
  • how you can communicate what makes you different
  • why your values matter – whether its honesty, integrity or a family-run approach
  • whether an affinity program or referral program could be right for you
  • why understanding your market’s needs, desires and wants is essential.

Results matter – to your customers, to your staff and to your bottom line.

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