A huge proportion of businesses today are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). More are being established every single day, as people decide to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions. But how can you make the most of this huge market?
As part of our series of ‘Meet the Team’ blogs, this week we’re sitting down with Ryan Collins-Thomas, Business Development Manager and founder of BaseKit’s inaugural bowling league.
Some of you may know that we recently launched an app called Go Sitebuilder. As of this year, we’ve started to unify the BaseKit and Go Sitebuilder brands. This doesn’t mean that we’re not going to be BaseKit anymore (we’re still proud BaseKiteers!), or that we’ll be letting go of our core sitebuilder product; it just means that working with us will be an even more streamlined and focused process.
When it comes to working with small business customers, your growth and theirs are very closely intertwined. This may sound simple, but there’s much more to it than just offering a valuable product to help small businesses grow. With that in mind, here are a few steps you can take towards finding long-lasting growth from your SMB customers.
Somehow, 2018 is over, and what a year it’s been! We thought we’d take a look back at some of the exciting things that have happened at BaseKit HQ (and beyond) over the past 12 months. From new products to awards and much more, it’s certainly been a year to remember – and now we can’t wait to see what 2019 brings.
We already know that more and more of your business customers are small business owners, and this rise of ‘Small Office/Home Office’ workers means that you are more likely than ever to be dealing with individuals, rather than companies with many employees and huge resources. While this can make life simpler when speaking to them, it also requires a different approach compared to the usual business customer.