Best Bets During a Recession


What are your best bets for a small business during a recession. What can you do to protect your business against a recession? Do not bury your head in the sand in fright and don’t blithely ignore the problem either. Instead, take the right actions now to protect your small business from the impending economic downturn.

Let’s take a look at a few sure bets you can make that will help your small business survive the 2008 recession.

1. Maintain a high level of customer service. Be known for your extraordinary level of service. This will help you keep your current customers and find you new ones.

2. Maintain product quality. Don’t compromise the quality of the products you’re selling in order to make a quick buck. By maintaining quality you’ll also retain and gain customers.

3. Add value in inexpensive and unexpected ways. This also will help you retain customers and generate an aura of success around your business during the recession.

4. Build community ties. This allows you to be first in line when people have a need for your product or service. Build win-win associations with other business people.

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