NEWS

New Website Launched for Aldbourne Decorating

Rob Cao

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We’re delighted to launch the new website for Aldbourne Decorating, the local Wiltshire painter decorator, providing outstanding decorating services in Marlborough, Hungerford, Newbury and Pewsey.

Scott Henderson of Aldbourne Decorating contacted us after a prolonged period of website frustration with a much larger, national business directories organisation.

Scott is a fully NVQ qualified painter and decorator with over 20-years’ experience and has delivered painting and decorating services worldwide from the U.S.A to Australia and New Zealand.

Scott and Aldbourne specialise in both internal and external decorating, property restoration (for period and listed buildings), and lime plastering, a traditional specialist skill that ensures the highest quality.

We’ll be helping Scott and Aldbourne to build on their already excellent reputation throughout the Wiltshire and Berkshire area.

You can check the website out at www.aldbournedecorating.com

3 x Essentials to Kick Start Your Business…

Rob Cao

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Developing your business can be an arduous and stressful undertaking. So many areas require your attention and sometimes, finding the time to focus on the tasks that need to be done can seem an impossible mission that you don’t want to accept before the vanishes into thin air!

This applies whether you’re delivering a product or service yourself or overseeing a time of employees who represent you and your business.

Here are 3 key (Buzzfeed fashion) approaches that can help to focus the mind on the tasks at hand:

  1. Having an up-to-date Business Plan – often seen as a bit of a ‘Marmite’, but maintaining an up to date and realistic business plan can be crucial to the success of your business, both directly and indirectly. Your Business Plan can act as a reminder of your values, vision and mission – a yardstick for why you’re doing what you’re doing in the first place, and the performance benchmark against which you can measure how well you’re doing in the short, medium and long term.
  2. Sharing your values, vision and mission – Your business is you – you, more often than not are the heart beat of your business. So the visions you have for your business will likely inspire your staff and your customers and be part of the reason they choose to join you on your journey in the first place. Share your vision – it will likely resonate and attract like-minded professionals and prospective customers.
  3. Give Back – We reap what we sow. Take the time to share ‘wins’ and good news stories. Look after those around you – your people and your communities and they will look after you in return.

We hope these pointers were of interest. If you would like to find out more about our services and chat about how we can work together to help develop your business, then please do get in touch!