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Growing your business.

The growth of your small or medium size business is an essential fuel to not only drive the success of your business but take it to the next level. In order to grow your business successfully, you must consider the following:

  • Short term actions
  • Corporate growth strategies
  • Engines of growth

Engines of growth can help you grow your business sustainably and profitably.

 

Markets Existing New
Existing Market penetration Product development
New Market development Diversification

 

Let’s assume you manufacture and sell mobile phones. You can consider taking the following actions:

Short term actions Increase prices by 10%

End of the week sale

Engine of growth Paid advertising
Corporate growth strategies Product development: mobile phones

Market development: Rest of Africa

 

 

 

What are engines of growth?

“Engines of growth” is a term derived from Eric Ries, the author of “The Lean Startup”. Engines of growth are mechanism to grow your business in a sustainable way. Engines of growth should be simple. Figure out what will fuel the growth of your business. Should you spend money on advertising or not? Your marketing strategy should depend on your engine of growth.

Most businesses do not have a clear vision that encapsulates their growth strategy. As a result, they end up doing too many things that ultimately impacts their growth. To grow, large businesses usually undertake activities such as strategic acquisitions, business transformations, divesting non-core businesses and expanding their footprint by having operations in growing markets.

 

Paid

Paid engines of growth can accelerate the growth of your business. Using this approach, you acquire customers by investing in paid marketing and advertising. The profits generated from the paid sales and marketing are then reinvested to make as much profit from the marketing as soon as possible.

Essentially,

  • You invest in paid marketing
  • Acquire new customers
  • Obtain a profit
  • Generate cash
  • Reinvest that money and generate a feedback
  • Ensure that you have a good margin so that you can reinvest the proceeds

 

Organic

You can acquire more clients organically by leveraging content marketing material. You can use social media to grow your business organically. Relying on organic traffic is limited and could be slow. You can grow your business faster by using the paid approach.

 

Sticky

Sticky engine of growth

With the sticky approach, you retain customers with a low acquisition rate. However, they keep coming back frequently. The approach can also be considered to be subscription-based growth. Companies such as Netflix, gyms or software as a service like MailChimp have used this method to grow their businesses. With this growth engine, customers pay a monthly fee. The cash flow should ideally be regular. The intention here is to not lose customers. You should keep acquiring customers. If you are retaining customers, you are going to get a lot of money from them in the long term.

 

Viral

Your customers are bringing in new customers and your business grows like it’s a virus. This can be by word of mouth. A good example is Zoom. Every business desires to have viral growth.

 

Key factors that could improves the growth prospects of businesses in South Africa include:

  • Easier access to debt and grant finance
  • Essentially banks, development finance organisations and other institutions should simplify their requirements for accessing finance
  • Lower taxes for SMEs and simpler tax rules
  • Reduced non-wages labour cost
  • Flexible labor market regulations

 

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6 ways to make your small or medium size business exceptional? https://dobusinessafrica.com/2020/09/02/6-ways-to-make-your-small-or-medium-size-business-exceptional/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=6-ways-to-make-your-small-or-medium-size-business-exceptional https://dobusinessafrica.com/2020/09/02/6-ways-to-make-your-small-or-medium-size-business-exceptional/#respond Wed, 02 Sep 2020 18:07:58 +0000 https://dobusinessafrica.com/?p=9397 6 ways to make your small or medium size business exceptional?   Focus on your customers “There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.” -Sam Walton   Becoming exception starts with how well you understand and […]

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6 ways to make your small or medium size business exceptional?

 

  1. Focus on your customers

“There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.” -Sam Walton

 

  • Becoming exception starts with how well you understand and treat your customers. As the old saying goes the customer is always right. How do your customers see you in relation to your competition?
  • Capturing customer insights and feedback is imperative when it comes to becoming an exceptional business.
  • How can your business use its business insights and market intelligence to improve the experience of the customer?

 

  1. Manage your business finances

    • Prepare management accounts
    • Think about how you will fund the future growth of your businesses
    • Think about your desired mix of debt and equity. What sort of leverage or gearing is appropriate for your business and how will this change over time?

 

  1. Improve your operational effectiveness and effectiveness

    • What is your strategy to make your business operations more efficient and effective?
    • How are you going to ensure that your business operations are capable of responding to business challenges?
    • What operational changes have you put in place to improve customer experience.

 

  1. Managing risk should be a priority for your small or medium size business

“Business people need to understand the psychology of risk more than the mathematics of risk.” ― Paul Gibbons

  • There is no point in making massive profits in one year and then get shut down in the next year because of a non-compliance issue or other business risk.
  • How well do you measure your teams performance on managing risks?
  • Have you prepared a stakeholder map to assess how shareholders are affected by business risks? Is the communication around risks adequate and effective?

 

  1. Transactions and strategic alliances

    • Strategic alliance partners are important as they can fast track the growth of your business. How far can your business go through organic growth alone?
    • To grow your business, think of mergers and acquisitions. How can you identify potential acquisition targets or partners?
    • Set KPIs around transactions and alliances. Think about the critical success factors that make transactions and alliances create real value for your business entity.

 

  1. Get the right people, train them, retain them

    • Your employees are an asset to your business. They support your vision and mission. Get people that share the same values as your business.
    • How can you attract the best people to work for your company?
    • What are the values of your business? Do your core business values underpin the culture of your business?

 

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Business Plan Guide

Structuring your business plan. Here is what you need to consider.

 

Section What to include or consider
Cover or title page ·         Name of business

·         Business registration number (if available)

·         Contact details (telephone, email and website address

·         Date of preparation

Contents page ·         Table of contents

·         Number your pages

·         Consider adding a version control. This will help you identify the latest version of your business plan

Executive summary ·         Purpose of the business plan

·         Brief highlights of the plan

·         Brief description of your business (product or service)

·         Summary of your key management team

·         Summary of the marketing strategy

·         Summary of the funding requirements:

·         The amount of funds required

·         The source of the funds (debt, equity, grants)

·         How will the funds will be used?

·         How will the fund be repaid?

·         Key projected operating results

 

Industry analysis ·         A description of the industry in which your business will operate

·         Where has the industry come from?

·         Where is the industry now?

·         Where is the industry going? What are the trends and future prospects?

 

SWOT analysis ·         What are the strengths?

·         What are the weaknesses?

·         What are the opportunities?

·         What are the threats?

Your business ·         What business are you in?

·         What products and/ or services will you sell?

·         General description of your business

·         What is your competitive advantage?

·         Where will your business be located and why?

·         What is the performance and financial position of your business to date?

The stated aims of your business ·         Your business vision

·         Your business mission

·         The need that your business will seek to satisfy

Your management team ·         Key people involved

·         Roles, responsibilities and background

·         Skills

·         Formal qualifications required

·         Key advisors to your business

·         Strategic alliances

Market analysis ·         Description of marketplace

·         Past, present and future trends

·         Size of the market

·         Demographics

·         Analysis of customer groups and their needs, wants, preferences, characteristics and buying habits

·         Assessment of the direct and indirect competition. What are the strengths and weaknesses of your competition?

·         A forecast of your sales and estimated market share

 

Marketing Plan ·         What is your target market?

·         What will be your marketing strategy?

·         How are you going to position your products?

·         How will your products be distributed? What distribution channels are you going to use?

·         How will you set the pricing for your products? What pricing strategy are you going to use

Organisational plan ·         Provide an organogram for your business

·         Provide a manpower plan or forecast

·         What are the staffing needs?

·         What training is required?

Operating plan ·         How will the day to day operations of your business be carried out?

·         Requirements for property, plant and equipment

·         Scheduling of workflow

·         Quality control systems

·         Management Information System

·         Enterprise resource planning

Financial plan ·         Historical financial information, where available, for the past 3 years

·         Business viability and timeline for profitability

·         Business capital needs

·         Property, plant and equipment/ CAPEX/ Fixed Assets

·         Working capital

·         Start – up capital

·         Break-even analysis

·         Funding mix

·         Debt funding

·         Equity funding

·         Grant funding

·         Budgets taking into consideration the planned sales, expenses

·         Taxation assumptions

·         Debt reduction and repayment plan

·         Financial projections

·         Assumptions for the underlying projections

·         Statement of financial performance projections

·         Statement of financial position projections

·         Cash flow projections

·         Key financial ratios

·         Profitability ratios

·         Liquidity ratios

·         Efficiency ratios

·         Solvency ratios

Action plan ·         Timelines for implementing the key elements of the plan
 Appendices ·         Documents to support the business plan

·         Appendices can include:

·         Certificate of incorporation

·         Brochures

·         Market research results

·         Resumes of key personnel

·         Technical drawings

·         Patents

 

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Logical Framework (Logframe) Example

  PROJECT SUMMARY INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATION RISKS / ASSUMPTIONS
Goal 10% increase in the number of Grades 5-6 primary students continuing on to high school within 3 years. Percentage of Grades 5-6 primary students continuing on to high school. Comparison of primary and high school enrolment records. N/A
Outcome Improve reading proficiency among children in Grades 5-6 by 20% within 3 years. Reading proficiency among children in Grades 5-6 Six monthly reading proficiency tests using the national assessment tool. Improved reading proficiency provides self confidence required to stay in school.
Outputs 1. 500 Grade 5-6 students with low reading proficiency complete a reading summer camp Number of students completing a reading summer camp. Summer camp attendance records. Children apply what they learnt in the summer camp.
2. 500 parents of children in Grade 5-6 with low reading proficiency help their children read at home. Number of parents helping their children to read at home. Survey of parents conducted at the end of each summer camp. Children are interested in reading with their parents.
Activities 1. Run five reading summer camps, each with 100 Grades 5-6 students who have low reading proficiency. Number of summer camps run. Summer camp records. Parents of children with low reading proficiency are interested in them attending the camps.
2. Distribute 500 “Reading at Home” kits to parents of children attending summary camps. Number of kits distributed. Kit distribution records. Parents are interested and able to use the kits at home.

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Analysing the financial performance and position of your business

What do the numbers mean?

 

Financial focus area Ratio How is the ratio calculated? What does the ratio mean?
1 Key liquidity ratios

 

Liquidity ratios measure your company’s ability to meet its short term financial obligations as they fall due.

Current ratio Current ratio = Current Assets/ Current Liabilities To what extent do your current assets exceed your current liabilities.

Is your business able to pay its short term obligations as they fall due?

The current ratio is the most common measure of liquidity.

Quick ratio Quick ratio = (Current Assets – Inventory) – Current Liabilities The quick ratio gives you an indication of how well your company can pay off its short term liabilities as they fall due.

It is very similar to the current ratio except that inventories are subtracted from current assets.

The difference between the current ratio and the quick ratio is that the quick ratio only takes into consideration your most liquid current assets in the computation.

The quick ratio is also known as the acid test ratio.

2 Key financial leverage ratios

 

Is your company highly geared/ leveraged? To what extent does your business depend on borrowed money?

Leverage ratios measure the amount of financing from equity and debt holders. Debt ratio = Debt/ Assets The debt-asset ratio is also known as the debt ratio.

It measures that relative proportions of debt and equity funds used to finance the firm’s assets.

Debt/ Equity ratio This ratio compares your entity’s total debt to total equity. It shows the percentage of your company’s financing that comes from debt providers in relation to what you have invested in your business.

The higher the amount of debt financing relative to equity. financing, the more leveraged your company is. A company that is highly leveraged has high liabilities.

Essentially, if the gearing is too high, your business might not be able to service its debts.

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Key profitability ratios

 

How well is your company performing?

Gross Profit Margin Gross Profit Margin = Gross Profit/ Sales x 100 This is the percentage by which gross profits exceed production costs.

The computation helps you understand how much your business is earning, taking into consideration the cost of sales.

Net Profit Margin Net Profit Margin = Net Profit/ Sales x 100 This shows you how much of your sales are translated into profit. Net profit margin measures the ability of the firm to generate profit out of sales made.
Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) Operating profit/ capital employed ROCE measures the profitability of your company.

ROCE helps you to identify whether changes in the ratio are being caused by changes in the level of sales generated from the asset base of your business or by the change in the profit margin.

4 Key efficiency ratios  

 

Efficiency ratios measure how efficient your company is in utilising assets to generate income.

 

How efficient is your company at selling its products?

Inventory turnover Inventory turnover – Cost of Goods Sold/ Average Inventory This shows the frequency by which the business inventory is sold and replaced over a period of time.
Receivable turnover (Beginning Accounts Receivable + Ending Accounts Receivable)/2 Do you sell your products on credit? The receivable turnover days’ measures how quickly your business recovers the outstanding receivable balances from its consumers.

It essentially looks at how effective your company is at extending credit to your customers and how well it collects it.

 

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Selling is life. Selling should be part of your business culture.

Selling impacts the success of your business. It impacts you as a person. It does not matter what position or job you hold. You need to have the ability or skill to sell, persuade, negotiate, convince and get some form of agreement from other people. It affects your life and determines your success in life.  

  1. Be Brave. Be Bold. Be Proud. Be Successful.

  2. Never underestimate the power of dressing well. Successful sales people dress to impress. They dress for success.

  3. Visualise the sale. Anticipate the sale. You need to see the sale before it happens. Assume the close.

  4. Believe in your product offering. Believe in the value that your product offers.

  5. Value creation and delivery is everything. Know your value proposition.

  6. Don’t fight with your customers, agree with them.

  7. A demonstration of your product supercharges your ability to sell it. Demonstrate the value of your product.

  8. Time is money. Value time. Be time efficient and time effective. It’s not the big that eat the slow, it’s the fast that eat the slow.

  9. Persist in the close. Follow up until the deal is closed.

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How to make your start up business successful?

You have registered your business and have drawn up your business plan. You are ready to launch your business. You are convinced your business will succeed? You look back and wonder – have you considered everything that it would take to make your business successful. At the end of the day, a business venture that does not bring in money will inevitably close. Are you making more money than you are spending? In this article we provide four tips for making your business successful.

1. Value creation

Value creation should be the foundation of your business. This should be the theme of your business venture and a core component of your business mission. The importance of creating and delivering value in an efficient and effective manner will give your business a powerful head start. What do we mean by value creation? The best way to define value creation is by asking the following question:

Is your business creating something that people will actually pay for? Will your customers find your product offering to be useful? Does your product offering solve a problem?

One thing you will discover when running your business is that people actually pay a premium for quick, reliable, easy and flexible products. They are almost always prepared to pay a premium for a service that solves their problems. People are also willing to pay a premium for product offerings that offer a high aesthetic, emotional impact and social status. A great example of this is Apple. People pay a premium for Apple products because they are simply great. People love the way Apple products make them feel.

 

2. Marketing

What is marketing and why is it important to your business?

Dr. Philip Kotler defines marketing as “the science and art of exploring, creating, and delivering value to satisfy the needs of a target market at a profit.  Marketing identifies unfulfilled needs and desires. It defines, measures and quantifies the size of the identified market and the profit potential. It pinpoints which segments the company is capable of serving best and it designs and promotes the appropriate products and services.”

Looking at the above definition of marketing, you should be thinking of how well you are going to attract and retain your customers’ attention.

3. Sales

How well do your customers believe and trust your business? Social proof and recommendations will take your business to the next level. Think of all the activities you would have to perform to make your products sale.

 

4. Value delivery

Are you exceeding the expectations of your customers? A customer must be satisfied. A customer must buy again. A customer must recommend your business to others. To have exceptional customer service, focus on delivering a fantastic customer experience.

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How to make your start up business successful?

You have registered your business and have drawn up your business plan. You are ready to launch your business. You are convinced your business will succeed? You look back and wonder – have you considered everything that it would take to make your business successful. At the end of the day, a business venture that does not bring in money will inevitably close. Are you making more money than you are spending? In this article, we provide four tips for making your business successful.

1. Value creation

Value creation should be the foundation of your business. This should be the theme of your business venture and a core component of your business mission. The importance of creating and delivering value in an efficient and effective manner will give your business a powerful head start. What do we mean by value creation? The best way to define value creation is by asking the following question:

  • Is your business creating something that people will actually pay for?
  • Will your customers find your product offering to be useful?
  • Does your product offering solve a problem?

One thing you will discover when running your business is that people actually pay a premium for quick, reliable, easy and flexible finance. They are almost always prepared to pay a premium for a service that solves their problems. People are also willing to pay a premium for product offerings that offer a high aesthetic, emotional impact and social status. A great example of this is Apple. People pay a premium for Apple products because they are simply great. People love the way Apple products make them feel.

2. Marketing

What is marketing and why is it important to your business?

Dr. Philip Kotler defines marketing as “the science and art of exploring, creating, and delivering value to satisfy the needs of a target market at a profit.  Marketing identifies unfulfilled needs and desires. It defines, measures and quantifies the size of the identified market and the profit potential. It pinpoints which segments the company is capable of serving best and it designs and promotes the appropriate products and services.”

Looking at the above definition of marketing, you should be thinking of how well are you going to attract and retain your customers’ attention.

3. Sales

How well do our customers believe and trust your business? Social proof and recommendations will take your business to the next level. Think of all the activities you would have to perform to make your products sale.

 

4. Value delivery

Are you exceeding the expectations of your customers? A customer must be satisfied. A customer must buy again. A customer must recommend your business to others. To have exceptional customer service, focus on delivering a fantastic customer experience.

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