Keeping your business healthy means taking care of the little things and preventing minor issues from becoming major headaches. The following list of a dozen tips is just a few things you can do to keep your business going strong:

Customer Efficiency

  • Inform customers immediately of changes in business hours – If you have to change your business hours due to an unexpected event, make sure to post your new hours or when you will reopen on your website or have it announced on the radio.
  • Make yourself available to your customers – If customers ask to speak to you, make every effort to do so. It lets them know you value their business.
  • Update social media sites daily – Let your customers know what’s going on. A large number of people use social media everyday. It is an easy way to let your customers know of business events, sales or unexpected closures.
  • Stand by your services – If a mistake occurs or your something is defective, be prepared to make things right.
  • Understand your customers’ needs – Know your customer’s needs and do what you can to make sure they are met.
  • Stand by your advertising – If you advertise a special offer, make sure you are able to follow through.

Maintaining Your Location

  • Maintain a clean, well-kept business, including the outside of the building – Accidents happen when debris clutters aisles and sidewalks. Keep them clear of debris and merchandise to prevent falls and slips.
  • Commercial roof inspection – Having a commercial roof inspection every year or so will let you know if there are any weak areas that need to be repaired.
  • Make repairs as soon as you learn about the damage – If you find something has been damaged, get it fixed right away. An interior or commercial roof inspection may find damage you didn’t know existed. Fix it right away so it doesn’t turn into a major problem later.
  • Inspect roofs and the exterior of the building after every severe storm – Damage can occur at any time, especially after severe weather.
  • Make sure all financial obligations are paid on time – Having a sound financial reputation is the key to any healthy business.
  • Carry sufficient insurance including liability as well as coverage on the property – Unexpected damage can cause financial hardship. Having insurance will help to protect your business from unexpected loss.

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