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Is Your Business Ready for the New Year?

DECEMBER 9, 2016| SpeedPro East Bay

The year 2016 is coming to a close and of course, with the new year comes the “new you” saying.  But, it doesn’t have to just be words, turn it into actions.  There is no better time than the end of the year to consider your budgeting and marketing efforts for the new year and SpeedPro East Bay can help you with that.

Inspire Innovation within the Office

Frosted windows

A wall graphic like this gives employees the opportunity to be creative and express that in a collaborative approach.  Rather than sitting there staring at the boring walls all day (when they’re not working), they’re able to take a break and put their creative skills to the test building a bigger piece with their fellow employees.

Pan Y Vino custom sign in office.

Adding some inspirational statements like this around the office, remind employee’s that they’re appreciated and it provides a sense of community.  It can also improve an employee’s day.  They may get sick of reading the same quote all the time, but one day it may resonate with them and inspire productivity.

Promote Your Business Outside of the Office

We’ve talked about promotional materials before and it’s still something to consider for your business.  Ideally, you want swag that is going to stand out and not get thrown away or lost like the usual pens, cups, and keychains.

Really go for it in the new year and consider your advertising techniques.  It’s easy to waste hundreds of dollars on Facebook or Google ads that may only run for about a month, but how do you know if people are really seeing and paying attention to them?  Try something new and invest in advertising your business 24/7 on something everyone is sure to see…your car.  It may be costly at first but the good outweighs the bad when it comes to car wraps.

As you can see these are just a few different ways that you can change the dynamic of your business not only in the workplace but outside of it as well for 2017.  Let us help you with your next project!

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