Published On: Wed, Sep 6th, 2017

When Your Business Starts to Grow, Remember to Improve Its Foundations

Building a business is easy enough, but making it a success is difficult. However, when you latch onto a trend or find a niche within your chosen industry, it can make things a lot easier for you. Depending on what type of business you’ve decided to run, it can sometimes be hard trying to keep track of unchecked growth. Perhaps your web hosting plan didn’t account for the sudden influx of users which has resulted in sluggish website performance. Maybe the trial on your accounting software has limitations which are preventing you from taking on more clients, or maybe your production can’t keep up anymore and you need to hire a factory to take over.


Whether you’ve suddenly hired an extra dozen employees or you’ve started to employ futuristic technology in your business, it’s important to remember the foundations on which your business is built on and strengthen them before they collapse under the weight of your growth.

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Insurance matters, don’t neglect it anymore

It’s understandable that you want to cut down on operating costs when you’re new to business. You’re just a simple startup and the chances of your breaking something are incredibly slim. However, with dozens more employees, machines and clients to consider, it’s a good idea to start revising your insurance plan to spread your protection to other assets that you may own. Make sure you get business insurance that is right for you and ensure that you’ve taken the time to look through all of the terms and conditions so that you don’t end up with a plan you don’t understand. Keep looking for cheaper quotes, give yourself some time to research and consult your accounting team if you need assistance.


What is your company culture?

Every business, no matter what industry they are in, has a personality. This is usually referred to as company culture and it varies depending on the types of people that are working for you. Company culture is important for several reasons, but they all relate to creating a sustainable working environment that can keep morale high and productivity going. Some companies work better when there’s an open office and people can openly communicate with each other. Some businesses work better when they isolate their important members so they can focus on their daily tasks. Some workplaces are incredibly competitive and it’s encouraged to try and outperform your colleagues so that you can stand out. No matter what your business goals are, make sure you remind your staff of your company culture and enforce it.


Foundations are important to anything in life. Whether it’s foundation skills that you can build on or the literal foundations of a building, they don’t differ much from the business. You need to have a solid business core in order to grow it in a safe and sustainable manner. Protecting your business and ensuring that you’ve established a clear company culture are two important facets that will go a long way in growing your company.