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Small business consultant. As a local business owner, you probably have to do everything yourself. Running your business day to day, stock control, staffing, wages orders, customer service etc. Unfortunately most small business owners are not natural marketers. That’s where a small business consultant comes in.
A consultant is a problem solver in your small business. They can also put on training sessions or evaluate a piece of your business and make suggestions for ways to improve. Listen to discover guidelines that will help you determine how a small business consultant might help solve the problems you face in your business.

Be sure you are clear on what the problem is so your consultant can make determine the best way to solve the issue and help your small business grow. Better still request our free 30 minute consultation so we can see where your business needs our services and advice.

Local Terrain mentors, coaches and consults with small business owners just like you every day to help you solve problems and build value in your business.

Tip #1:
Know your niche and know your market. Get to know your ideal customer type, what they are looking for, and where they can be found.
Don’t try and be all things to all people. Focus on your discipline, understand what you truly do and what you can offer your customers. Many people start a business based on all of their skill sets; however to their customers they appear a “jack of all trades and a master of none” and when someone is looking to hire a consultant they are looking to hire a master.

Tip #2: You are the CEO of your small business and your customers are looking to you to provide the goods and services that they are looking for, and you need to build trust with them from their very first contact.

Tip #3: Get a set of good general business skills.
People have the skills they need when they are delivering their product or service but often lack the basic general knowledge of how to market and promote their business. Attend some business courses so that you can learn how to run and operate a business. You already know your subject really well but do you know how to run cost effective advertising?

Tip #4: Understand what your customer wants to buy.
Now this is one of the most critical objectives any business faces. If you offer more than a handful of products on your website, or local brick and mortar business, you must find out very quickly, exactly what your visitor is looking for. With a website this becomes almost impossible with a static page based website. However here at www.LocalTerrain.com we can solve that problem in a very innovative way.
The skill sets which you are offering may not be what your customers are looking to buy. It may take some market research to really truly understand what your client wants. The services you present should have more to do with what your customers want and not how you define your skills sets.

Tip #5: Don’t try and do everything yourself. Stick to those skills that you built your business on. Seek expert advice to fill in the blanks. The results will often surprise you, and your business will grow much quicker than if you just struggled on alone. Contact us today for a free no obligation consultation Email sales@localterrain.com
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