Working from home has suddenly become the new normal. Its acronym (WFH) frequently appears in social media, with amusing stories from those getting used to video conferencing and working remotely.
If your agency is like most businesses, you have information that needs to be associated with each project. Traditionally, it is handled with forms to keep it uniform. The information varies according to your needs and process. Examples include job requests, project briefs, work orders and change orders.
As the New Year arrives, agencies are under tremendous pressure. Like many businesses, they need to be ready to respond to changes the next decade will bring (expected or unexpected). Here are seven steps to position your agency to thrive in the new decade.
When you decide to sell your agency, you can proceed immediately or take the time to prepare. Because quick sales usually bring lower prices, planning ahead will work to your advantage. It typically takes one to two years to prepare a business for sale. This allows time to prepare the details and address any issues.