Reinvesting in Your Business in the New Year


With nearly 40 years in business, Braden Equities Inc. is a premier property management company in Edmonton and the surrounding area. Our management style is tailored to the unique needs of each one of our clients, and we work as a team to ensure that every project is treated with the care and attention it deserves.

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If you are looking to grow your business, some form of monetary reinvestment is crucial if you want to succeed. We’re not necessarily talking about thousands of dollars here, but a significant portion of your profit should be set aside regularly to boost your bottom line and elevate your brand.

It is also important to note that reinvestment is not just about money; it’s also about time and effort. You’ll have to have a well thought out plan and plenty of patience. If you follow the advice in this post you will be more prepared to grow your business in the New Year through reinvestment strategies.

  • Delegate Routine Tasks – The most practical way of approaching your business is to do things that you do well yourself, and delegate things that you do not do well to others. Outsourcing everyday tasks is probably the easiest way of reinvesting income into your business, and you don’t have to be a huge corporation to consider it as an option. Delegating standard administrative tasks can free up massive amounts of time that you can then spend on growing your business. It is important to realize that your evenings and weekends don’t have to be spent updating your Facebook page or balancing the books. In summary, spending a small percentage of your income outsourcing menial tasks could also serve to build your business.
  • Outsource Skilled Tasks – Although you’re likely an expert in your own field, there are many tasks such as web design and development that will require expert input. Smaller businesses may not have the resources to hire a full time IT specialist, but it would be wise to consider outsourcing one-off projects such as property management. The difficult part will be finding someone who is reputable to take on the project. 

Finally, if you’ve reached the point where you can easily outsource your basic or skilled tasks, then hiring a person to run the day-to-day aspects of your business operations can allow you time to concentrate on taking your business to the next level. A project manager can make this type of growth possible by handling the coordination of your outsourced employees.

What are your thoughts on reinvesting in your business? Is there anything that we missed? We look forward to your comments.


 

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