Business Growth

Simplify Data, Simplify Decision-Making

SIMPLIFY DATA, SIMPLIFY DECISION-MAKING With the explosion of internet based communications and cloud-computing, the plethora of messages and information reaching us has increased significantly. Our one-to-one modes of communication alone have necessitated time to basically sort through what is relevant at the time, organize it and act on it. The same is true for BIG [...]

By |November 2nd, 2015|Business Growth|0 Comments

The Secret of Responding to an RFI, RFP, RFQ

Boardroom Metrics provides RFP Response and Business Writing expertise to clients in the United States, Canada and Europe. The Secret of Responding to an RFI, RFP, RFQ There are organizations, even very large ones in Europe and North America, who struggle to respond to RFIs, RFPs, and RFQs in an effective and compelling way. You might think [...]

By |March 13th, 2015|Business Growth, Government, RFP|0 Comments

Anatomy of a Re-Brand

Most companies and people don’t understand the time and effort that it takes to Re-Brand an organization. Not to mention the dollars and resources involved. At some point during your brand’s life cycle, or evolution, a “Re-Branding” will be required.   The reasons for this exercise can be varied: Change in direction – The brand [...]

By |February 12th, 2015|Branding, Business Communications, Business Growth|0 Comments

Frustrated with your Inside Sales Team?

What we know from talking to every Sales leader that we chat with is that they are frustrated with the results that their inside sales people are delivering. We have determined that one of the biggest reasons for this frustration is the fact that most organizations believe that their inside sales people need to have [...]

By |September 15th, 2014|Business Growth, Sales|0 Comments
  • Overcoming Business Constraints

Beware of Constraints that Can Cripple Your Business Growth

Every small business and start up wants to grow and become successful, but the trick is to have “planned growth” rather than “opportunistic growth”. If you opportunistically start taking on every new order for your products or services that comes along, sooner or later you'll hit a “constraint” that cripples your business. Typical business growth [...]