As a busy tradie, you no doubt have very little time to spend on marketing each month. It’s why word-of mouth is so valuable.
Being a busy tradie, you probably have little time left during the week once you have finished jobs on site, and then caught up on invoicing and chasing unpaid bills.
Starting your own trades or construction business means that everything becomes part of your job – not just the actual job of fixing or building things.
Helping your customers to find you is key to a thriving business in the building and renovating game.
For many tradies it’s hard enough to get all the day-to-day jobs done, let alone think about ways to grow a business – but it’s worth taking a moment to look at the big picture.
When tradie Adam Rapley from Krisp Aircon struck out on his own towards the end of 2016, he had no idea what awaited him.
While every trade is unique, career progression for most tradespeople is remarkably similar.
Did you know that almost half of all apprentices don’t finish their apprenticeship?