With the days getting longer, it’s time to shake the cobwebs and turn the page on another winter. Sure, there might one more snowfall, depending on where your small business is located, but all signs are pointing to spring. Even the groundhog said so back in early February.
Even if the temperatures don’t always indicate that winter is over, there’s plenty of warmth that’s generated by the good feeling of the coming season.
Now that winter is nearing an end, embrace the rebirth of spring at your small business:
- Spring Forward. No time like now to think about where you expect your business to be in one year’s time. How will you achieve your goals? Set up some brainstorming sessions with your staff to generate new ideas. What will a successful spring 2017 look like? Putting plans in place now to help you win in the future.
- Spring Cleaning. There’s a reason grandmas always undertook mammoth cleanups this time of year. Warmer weather makes you examine things with a fresh eye. You should do the same with your small business and check over your establishment for needed signs of freshening up. Your pride will be noticed by employees and customers alike.
- Spring Fever. After the seemingly endless days of wearing more layers, customers are looking for reasons to get out and about. Be ready to welcome them with open arms and occasions to stop by with special events and even customer appreciation days.
- Spring Awakening. Take a moment to look around and you’ll notice all the joy that spring brings. Make sure to bring touches of spring indoors, too. Flowers and plants are just one way to say, “Welcome Spring.” Add a burst of color to your displays, offer spring-related items on your menus, or stay open later, reflecting everyone’s need to be outdoors more.
The new season is sure to turn around the gloom of winter. Take advantage of the many ways you can bring a little spring into your small business.
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