Since many home industry businesses are greatly affected by the time of year, professionals are used to highs and lows of cash flow and productivity. To keep money coming in, many businesses amp up their marketing campaigns and/or change their services based on the season. Some companies even move their services to where their optimum work conditions do exist. This could mean roofing in northern states in the summer and southern states in the winter.
We know that for most businesses to stay afloat they need to plan for peaks and dips in revenue. If a company is only open for 4 months, they must make all of their profits to sustain for the entire year. From our research this is difficult to do, and many of our experts have shared how they adapt their business to varying seasons of business.
Below, we’ve awarded the comments we found most valuable. Check back later in the week to learn more tips about preparing your business for the season.