Looking for new revenue? If you haven’t yet, start with existing customers. 2nd best? Referrals. 3rd best? Network. 4th isn’t worth it. Kevin M. Huff, @kevinmhuff on Twitter
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Becky McCray says
Kevin, thank you for writing an entire post in 140 characters.
John Krech says
I agree to look within in these tough times. Another perspective is to look at your entire supply chain from suppliers to customers and identify opportunities to reveal hidden wealth. Most small businesses manage inventory but they do not optimize it. Many small businesses can reveal 15% more wealth that can be used to not survice but thrive.
Becky McCray says
John, yes, besides increasing revenue, finding ways to decrease costs is the other big focus.
Chaitanya Sagar says
Nice post! Small but drives home a point.