6 Ways to boost your small business that you might not have tried yet

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Small businesses are typically firmly rooted in tradition. You might own a local pizza deli. It might deliver online but that might be through a very old-fashioned website. You might be relatively successful but have no idea who your customers are. Or you might struggle with customer retention.

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Small businesses are good at getting by on the day-to-day. But if one day you reach a point where you want to give your clothing boutique, café or pizza restaurant a new lease of life, consider these tips:

Get a new logo

Particularly if your business is family-run, it’s unlikely the logo has had a revamp for quite a few years. Is that correct? Thought so. If you have an artistic friend, consider asking them to design a new logo for you that you can display in the shop and duplicate on flyers and online. If you have money to invest…

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