The most exciting aspect of starting a business is seeing all of your ideas, dreams and hard work come to life. Now that it’s up and running, you need customers. When you’re starting, you probably don’t have a marketing team (or the budget to pay an internal marketer) to help generate leads and get the word out about your product. Making a sale without marketing is a really difficult and time-consuming task, so you need specific people devoted to your marketing efforts. Have you considered outsourcing your marketing team? Plenty of companies outsource their development, accounting, and customer service teams. Below, we discuss some of the benefits that an outsourced marketing team provides.
I remember sitting in my first college business class, smirking with amusement as my overly sarcastic professor pointed at the projected powerpoint with unexpected animation, “Guys! This is it! This is the beautiful key to life!”
What works well for one company, may not for another. The big corporate beast can be a lure and it can also deter the best talent - depending on what is most important to any particular individual. If you want to know what keeps employees in the game, and on your team, it may in fact be something that you did not realize.
Start-ups and small businesses