Congratulations! You and your business have made it through the past few years of surprises. Now what? You’re in a good place now, but there’s always room to get to an even better place–or even another place entirely.

Experts say that 2022 is expected to be a year of recovery and growth for the Philippine economy. Take the chance this year to experience your own growth and take your business to new horizons. Just starting with your expansion plans, or maybe you’ve already got an expansion underway? It’s never too early to get helpful tips to make sure that you’ve got all your bases covered.

1. Lay the groundwork.

No one builds a house without a floor plan in mind. Research!

2. Focus on innovation

Your business strategy is tried and tested, but that strategy may not hold up when you try to scale up.

3. Consider the location

Every house has its rules, so expect the same when you start looking into new locations. 

4. Be consistent in delivering your product or service

You have big ideas, but your customers should still be around to enjoy the results. 

5. Stay connected

You’ve got your dream team, but make sure they can handle growing with you. 

 6. Keep company culture top of mind

Just like your customers, your employees shouldn’t be negatively affected by changes. 

7. Have a contingency plan

So now you’ve got your perfect plan. But as exciting as your plans are, change always presents risk. 

Growth for your business is thrilling, but it can look daunting as well. Choose a partner like Globe Business who can assist business owners like you in taking the next step. 

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As an entrepreneur, you’re always looking for new avenues to explore and new ways to grow. When you’ve reached a certain level of success, it’s only natural to want to expand your business.

But there’s more to growing your business than meets the eye. It’s not just the next step towards a bigger, more successful venture — in many ways, it’s a lot like starting your business all over again.

If you’re considering expanding your business by branching out, setting it up for franchising, or moving to a better location, there are some things you need to pay attention to first. After all, if you want your newest venture to be successful, you can’t jump into it headfirst without testing the waters.

If you’re looking to grow, consider the following in your business expansion strategy:

In many ways, expanding your business is like starting all over again. It might involve a new location or platform, a new target market, or a new facility or building. Each of these requirements for business expansion will come with a set of challenges you’ll have to face. Of course, you’ll have the benefit of bigger-than-starting capital and the experience you’ve built so far, but it won’t be a walk in the park. Make sure you do your research and prepare yourself for what’s coming — starting with this list of things to take note of.

Location is a big factor to think about when choosing a place to set up. Pay attention to things like your industry, your market, the competition you’ll have in that area, the space you’ll need for your team, and the availability for connectivity and mobile signal. If you already have location options in mind, don’t forget to consider these things to make the most of the space you have.

At this point, you and your team should be working as one unit. If you’re prepared to expand, they should be, too. If they aren’t yet, consider that maybe you and your team aren’t on the same page — which can be dangerous if you choose to expand and they’re not ready for the change.

Bring your team up to speed by aligning your goals with theirs. Help them understand that branching out isn’t about more work for them, but about bigger opportunities for all of you.

This is a question that, if you haven’t already, you really need to ask yourself before any big change in your business. Remember that all investments require you to shell out some capital in order for them to succeed. Especially with a move this big, you need to assess your budget and take note of whether or not you’re in a stable enough place financially to take on a new venture. If you aren’t, it’s better to be safe than sorry, and hold off the risk until you’re ready to take it on.

Keeping loyal customers is important, but you expanded in order to get new targets. If you want to reach a new demographic of people, you need a plan set in motion even before you set up in a new location or space. Be it through announcements online or in physical form like posters, billboards or signs, make your presence known so customers can look forward to your arrival. Then when you’ve already set up, your marketing efforts need to be tenfold at least for the first few months.

One of the most important things to remember is to keep your new branch connected to your main one, or even to the other branches of your business. The best kind of connection is safe, simple, and affordable. It also allows you to manage bandwidth among your branches, so that you can allocate more data to the branches that need it most. With faster data access and updates, you also don’t need to manually consolidate or regularly visit the branches you need connectivity for. It’s the easiest way to get connected.


If you’re looking to expand any time soon, don’t forget to consider the questions above in your business expansion plan. It’s not easy growing your business, but it’s definitely worth it as it brings you even greater success!

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