If business is good, great, but if you think you can make it better somehow, why not? If you have decided to revamp your business, you’ve made a good decision, as it could really lift your productivity and success. There are many ways of doing it, some taking a bit more effort than others, so here are some valuable ways you can invest in revamping your business.
Well, the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about how to revamp your business is to get a funky new logo. Look for something creative that really expresses your business and its ethos. You don’t necessarily need to change your business name, but if you have something up your sleeve that is way cooler, then why not take a leap of faith. By retaining parts of your old logo you could still have continuity with your current customer base, even if you change the name. Or stick with the old name, and make it stand out with an awesome new logo design.
Now that you have your new logo, you will want to get a new website, and make sure that it is optimised for mobile. Websites that are not optimised for mobile could lose traffic because they will take longer to load up and will not be as user friendly for people using a mobile device.
One way to really revamp your business is to have a big spring clean. Get rid of the old bits and pieces that are laying around, have the building pressure cleaned and start off with a fresh new look. If you have old furniture that you’ve had for years, why not invest in some new stuff to compliment the awesome cleaning that you have done. Getting a commercial cleaner in to do the spring clean will mean that the job is done to the highest standards, see AMC Brisbane for more info about commercial cleaning for your business premises.
New Paint Job
They say that a change is as good as a holiday, and when it comes to buildings, a new coat of paint can really change the whole feel of the place. Why not treat your building, employees and customers to a new paint job for your business, and match it to the colours of your new logo, website and furniture. It always brightens someone’s day when they notice something different during the humdrum experience of work, and going for brighter colours, such as red, could attract more traffic to your business!
If you are going to the trouble of revamping your business, why not focus some energy on expanding outward, and start stretching your wings further towards where you would like to be. Many businesses that are revamping are also interested in expanding to coincide with their big changes, and it’s an excellent second arm to the PR of the business by moving outwards into more of the market. This can be done through utilising your website more, and driving more traffic to it through using Google Adwords, blogging and newsletters.
What other ways would a ‘revamp’ assist you in your business and what ways can you think of that you would give your business an overhaul?