Think like a business, and you’ll learn how to manage a business.
Think like a wage-earner, and your business may flop.
Being an expert tradie is different from knowing how to run a trades business. As a wage-earner, you only provide services in exchange for money. But as a business owner, you have to consider the profit margin, pricing, costs, employees’ salary, and more to scale your enterprise.
With so much on your plate, how can you manage everything?
In this value-packed episode, we have Gabriel Pinchev, CEO of FieldPulse to talk about the basics of running a valuable business. We also cover essential topics, such as using technology to systemise a business, showcasing your expertise to the target clients, levelling up your company website’s content, and more!
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What’s Discussed In This Episode:
0:00 Opportunity Assessment
1:54 Welcome to the podcast
2:39 Gabriel’s background in software and technology
7:23 Creating a valuable business
9:16 Systemising your business through technology
11:38 Importance of customer satisfaction and feedback
19:31 Doing next-level content to establish expertise
29:00 How to showcase your business’ value
34:41 Do contractor websites show enough of their business’ reality?
45:51 Use technology within your business
About Our Guest
CEO and founder of FieldPulse, Gabriel Pinchev, aims to help business owners run their companies more efficiently. FieldPulse is an all-in-one field service software giving entrepreneurs and contractors a digital hub that allows them to manage their business using a single application.
- The Opportunity Assessment (FREE GIVEAWAY FOR A LIMITED TIME) https://tradie.wiki/grow
- Join a global community of 6000+ trade professionals https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheSiteShed
- Check out the Field Pulse website: www.fieldpulse.com / www.fieldpulse.com.au
- Connect with Gabe Pinchec’s socials: @fieldpulse
- Contact Gabe Pinchev on email [email protected]
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