Starting and growing your own private healthcare practice is daunting. Using the word “solo” in “solo practice” isn’t just a way to describe the size of your business. It depicts the headaches and rewards that come with striking out on your own with no support system.
Suddenly you need to become an expert in bookkeeping, HR, tax law, but maybe you luck out and find that you have a knack for marketing and networking.
After the Start-Up Phase, What’s Next?
When you finally get past the difficult start-up phase, what happens next?
Deborah Sweeney at MyCorporation asked small business experts how they’ve expanded their business and adjusted to the growth.
Responses range from making websites more customer friendly, adding multi-lingual capabilities, investing in people, completing SEO audits, dedicating increased revenues to advertising and promotion, streamlining documentation and processes, applying for an SBA loan to fund growth, hiring a publicist, and focusing on PR outreach to increase Google authority.
Plus you can read the comment from InboundMD CEO, Garrett Smith on how the business is growing and growing up on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
Read the full comments from small business owners here, Experts Weigh In: How are you growing your business?