Kellie Byrnes is a freelance writer, children’s author, and reviewer with a BA degree in Literature. Her work has been published on sites like Huffington Post, Lifehacker, Gumtree, Forbes and Entrepreneur, and she creates content for companies around the world. Prior to writing full time, Kellie owned her own e-commerce business, and spent time in sales, marketing, PR and publishing roles.
You often see articles about the professional services market or hear people mention this as the area they work in. However, what does this term actually mean?
With rental overheads taking up a significant portion of most businesses costs, it’s important to know when you’re in a space that’s working for you, and when it’s time to move on.
Lee Timutimu combined his experience with technology and Māori storytelling and used it to create a novel startup: Arataki Systems. But his journey demonstrates that success in business is as much about drive as it is knowledge or skill, writes Kellie Byrnes.
No matter what your specialty, the ability to make your clients feel valued works wonders for customer loyalty and also increases your upsell and cross-sell opportunities.
Whether you’re an accountant, marketer, lawyer, financial planner, IT consultant, or other professional services worker, it’s part of life that you have to have introductory meetings with clients, writes Kellie Byrnes.
Whether you’re working as a solo tradie or have a small team of other people with you in your business, job management software can help you gain hours each week normally taken up by handling paperwork and other administrative tasks, writes Kellie Byrnes.
Parting ways with clients is a normal and pretty common part of doing business, but that doesn’t make it any easier. In this article, Kellie Byrnes acts as your client relationship counsellor to help ease the pain of separation.
If building a website sounds like too much hassle for you, then growing a network in LinkedIn might be the ideal way to grow your trades business online.