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Apr
06

Recognise When Your Home Business Needs Help

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Everyone needs a helping hand sooner or later. It could be something simple, such as asking if your neighbour has a moment to look after your children while you run to the grocery store, or asking a family member to help you move home because they own a truck or a van. However, in the world of business, it can be hard to tell if you’re in a position that needs help or not.

So we’ve compiled a list of different situations in which you’ll need a helping hand in business. Whether it’s the help of a new employee, a freelancer, or even just an advisor, you’d be wise to look for help during these situations.

 

Growing your business

Growing a company isn’t an easy task. There are a lot of moving parts involved due to the complexity of a business growth. You’ll mainly need to hire a few extra employees, or perhaps enlist the services of an outsourcing company or a couple of freelancers. If you’re unsure about what employees you need, then here are a couple of examples.

First of all, you’re going to need a dedicated accountant. Many business owners spend a lot of time managing their finances, and it’s time that could be spent more wisely. You might start off using cloud accounting software, but you’ll quickly realise that you still spend time on it. Thus, hiring an accountant is a great start on your list of must-have employees.

Next, you’ll need to have sales experts. The line between marketing and sales can be blurred, and it might even include social media duties. However, most people can be turned into sales gurus with a program like SalesHub. So whether it’s a role you want to take on yourself, or whether it’s something you’d prefer to hand to your first employee, remember that having a sales expert is important.

 

Legal troubles

The last thing you want is to have your business taken down because of a disgruntled freelancer you worked with or an angry customer. Most legal advice can be obtained by contacting a local lawyer. However, you need to keep in mind that lawyers specialise in different fields. For instance, you need to speak with a copyright lawyer if you have an open dispute with someone who is copying your products. Lawyers can be quite expensive, so it’s best not to hire in-house. Instead, hire lawyers on a contract, case or freelance basis.

 

Technology troubles

Technology can be an overwhelming subject for most business owners. In order to remedy this, you’d be wise to contact a local tech company to get help. Alternatively, you could speak with friends and family members in order to get advice. Tech troubles usually come in the form of computer repairs and upgrades. For instance, you might require a more powerful computer to do video editing for your online business. You could look at software recommendations first, then you can contact an IT specialist or a computer store to get information on how much the hardware will cost.

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