As a tradie, it’s easy to get so busy doing your actual work for clients that you don’t get around to building your client list, too.
You have a special set of skills, so your business should offer a clearly defined set of services. As a tradesperson, carving out your niche is a simple way to make business life easier.
If, like a lot of tradies, you’re sick of spending hours each month chasing up payments, it’s worth considering a system for invoicing and taking payments with a mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solution.
As a tradie, you want to get paid faster to make sure your cash flow doesn’t become a trickle. Here are four tech tricks from Kellie Byrnes to help you start pumping money in.
With the right know-how and the best tools, creating a new trade quote is faster and simpler than ever before – getting it right will save you time, money and improve the job’s perceived value in the eyes of your clients.
Maybe you got into a trade because you enjoy working with your hands, but at some stage you’ll have to get around a bit of small business bookkeeping. Here are the basics to get you started.
Tradespeople and blogging aren’t often mentioned in the same breath, but there’s a strong case to be made for tradies jumping into the content marketing game as a way to strengthen their client base.
Anyone running a trades-based business knows it’s a stressful career path that can really take a toll. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some simple things any tradesperson can do to make their work situation more enjoyable.