All of us could be running our businesses better. Whether it’s mishandling customer orders or not keeping track of invoices or simply paying too much for taking payments. That’s why we’ve created this easy quiz to help you better understand your business.
Run your business better scorecard
Whether you are just starting your business, or already established and looking to grow, this scorecard has been designed to show entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses their blind spots and provide instant, actionable steps on how to improve.
Answer 14 questions and discover your score.
What’s in it for you?
It’s easier to improve your business growth strategies when you know where your pain points lie. By identifying your current areas of success and areas for improvement, you can put your efforts into the right places and see the results.
Just by answering a few quick questions, you can gain better insight into your business and which areas you need to tackle to boost your success:
- Get more customers
- Propel your revenue
- Protect your business
- Improve your work life balance
‘This quiz was quick to take but helped highlight some blindspots in my business I hadn’t thought about previously. More importantly, I know what I need to do next’
Alison Evans, co-owner Good Evans
Why have we created this quiz?
We’re launching a brand-new purpose-built membership Small Business Pro [hyperlink] for all small businesses, including sole traders, start-ups and side hustles, designed to help business owners unlock the full potential of their business.
And we want to make sure our tools really address the biggest pain points business owners like you are facing right now.
This scorecard will help you discover your blind spots – and help us make sure we’ve got the right solution to help you.
Streamline your business and supercharge your success today.
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