Running a business is never going to be easy. If it was, everyone would be doing it. However, from the start it can be hard to navigate the most difficult element of running a business, and that is the financial aspect. Sure you may be savvy with the spending, and you may try and cut costs where you can. But do you make these changes for the good of the business? Is there anything else that you can do to keep business costs down? I share some of the ideas you may not have considered.





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Cut the cost of customer service

Customer service is vitally important to a business. But it can also be a huge expenditure and cost implication to the running costs, so it’s important that you consider other methods available to you. While you still want to promote a good service, you can’t always be the one to add the personal touch. This is when something like a Transactional Bot could help you out. Offering a service where you have a platform in which to answer frequently asked questions. This can be a huge saving as you are using software to do what someone may have been employed to do.




Take your business online

A business can work well face to face, but this can also have additional costs. Such as a shop, a store area or even office costs. An alternative method would be to take your business online. This can mean that your store is digital, and that any conversations are done through the net. This can significantly reduce running costs for your business.




Make it mobile friendly

So many people are using their mobiles these days, so an additional tip would be to make sure your business and website is mobile friendly. You could also consider creating an app to make things easier.




Lower your business overheads

Overheads can come in many forms, such as employee salaries, costs for premises, and even things like stock. A great idea would be to look at all overheads and try and make some reductions as and when you can. Perhaps reducing hours for employees or outsourcing jobs. Even reducing what you hold in stock in order to reduce a major overhead.




Modernise your marketing

Of course, any paid advertising that is getting you results is always going to be paying for itself. But look at your costs in regards to other areas of marketing and try and work out if it is effective to you as a business. Sometimes you may try things that just don’t get you the response you are looking for. Social media is a great way to advertise with very little outgoing unless you pay for sponsored posts or advertising campaigns.




Focus on strategy and your business plan

Finally, sometimes it’s always worth looking back at your business plan and also focusing on strategies in order to help your business grow. Being specific can help to make things more beneficial for you, and of course reduce the costs accordingly.




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