From concept to design to hiring the right team, you’ve been backing your business the whole way. When it’s time for the grand opening, you’ll want to review everything to ensure you’ve set your business up for success.
Before you open the doors, get your business ready!
Review the website. Even in this digital age, companies have unprofessional Internet sites. Technology plays a huge role in business, from marketing to obtaining feedback. A neatly designed website gives a great first impression, as opposed to a text-heavy site that takes a long time to load and is laden with pop-ups.
Advertise and promote. Now that you have a website to work with, get working to help people learn about your business and services. If you can, host a grand opening and invite the local community. Welcoming in potential customers face-to-face is more personal than updating the Facebook status to, “We’re open!”
Gather the equipment. If you and your team are working out of an office, you’ll want to make sure that it is stocked and ready to go when those doors open. When it comes to the big day, you don’t want to be lacking paper bags, pens, or an Internet connection. Check and then double-check that you’ve got everything that your team needs.
Secure insurance coverage. Every business that has a physical location will need property insurance. Furthermore, you will need to protect your business now so that it doesn’t grind to a halt in the event of an accident.
During this time, don’t waste effort by searching for the right insurance company. The professionals at Phocus Insurance can find you the best policies for your needs. Located in Phoenix, Arizona, we serve all your personal and commercial insurance needs. Contact us for more information.
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