Business growth doesn’t have one meaning. Whether it’s expanding your team, increasing revenue, moving to bigger premises or adding a new product or service, we’re sure you want to grow your business! And once you’re ready to take your business to the next level, you can choose whether you want to do everything yourself or join business growth training.
While the idea of doing things yourself can sound more appealing, let’s look at the reasons why you should consider business growth training instead.
You learn from experts
Are you tired of trying to find reliable information?
In this digital era, anyone can post anything they want and pretend to be an expert. So how do you know if you can trust that guy filming videos in his bedroom telling about all the amazing ways to grow your business – but only if you pay him?
Well, you could do research to find out more about that person and their background. Or you can save all that time and effort by attending business growth training and learning from people you can actually trust.
Our trainers have the right knowledge and experience, so they can pass that information to you. In our team, we have experts in business development, marketing and leadership.
Business growth training helps you find out strategies that work
Why would you want to reinvent a bicycle?
Instead of wasting your time and energy researching and trying out all different ways to grow your business, you can simply apply strategies that have already been used and approved by others!
Our business growth programme was created to help you deconstruct your business, with the aim of helping you re-evaluate where you are, whether it’s working, and how to change it if it’s not.
You get a chance to look at your business from a different perspective
When you work in your business every single day, you can get stuck in this enclosed bubble overthinking things and not noticing what’s important.
Joining business growth training gives you the time to get out of that bubble and instead of working in your business, work ON your business. This gives you an opportunity to see things from a different perspective. And when you see things from a different perspective, you can evaluate what works and what doesn’t better.
You learn about things you haven’t even thought about
We know how busy you are! That’s why when you approach business growth yourself, you only research things you need to know.
However, the more you know, the better results you can achieve.
For example, if your goal is to add a new product or service, you might research everything you need to create it or source it. You might work out your costs, conduct market research but don’t even think about things like the business process model or don’t spend enough time on your marketing plan just because you think you already know what you need.
When you join our Growth Programme, you not only find out about those things that you have in your mind. You also get a chance to learn about other business practices you can implement in your business, which brings you even more opportunities to grow.
You leave with a plan
When you try to grow your business yourself, you might come up with great ideas. But if you don’t have a plan in place (or have one that isn’t detailed or is filled with unachievable goals), you won’t get very far.
While training provides you with new information and refreshes your knowledge, it also gives you a chance to create an action plan. This means that once you finish a course, you know what exactly you need to do next and where to focus. You can (and should!) also set the deadlines for every task to make sure you stay on track and know when you need to review your progress.
Business growth training lets you meet new like-minded people
When you join business growth training, you not only learn ways to grow your business but also meet other entrepreneurs that have the same vision as you.
Making connections with like-minded people and expanding your network is always a good idea. You can feel inspired, exchange ideas, learn from those who have more experience, increase your confidence. You can even generate new business and find potential customers.
As an example, one of our learners has revealed that connections she’s made during training opened a door to new opportunities and now she has her products stocked in the local shop: