Category: Operations

Insights and Ideas for Business Growth and Success

It’s a common situation: you’re considering hiring a Fractional CMO, but you’re hesitant to commit without a clear picture of what you’ll get. Here at KSW Solutions, we understand your concerns. That’s why we’re transparent about the value we deliver, every step of the way. A Clear Roadmap to Marketing[…]
It’s not just startups that need cash infusions to keep their businesses going. There are all kinds of large and small businesses, startups, and the like that are competing for the attention and wallets of investors. Having a great product is not enough to get the money you need to[…]
Many new businesses face the challenge of starting a sales team with a limited budget. While the options presented, such as hiring a single “good” SDR or a larger number of lower-cost representatives, might seem appealing on the surface, a deeper look reveals crucial factors for sustainable growth. The Hidden[…]
We get this question a lot. So, we decided to lay out what the initial steps of working with us look like.   Typically, our clients bring us in to optimize, increase, or even create from scratch a sales operation that will bring them paying clients. And we do that[…]
Are we REALLY suggesting a newsletter? Does anyone even check their email anymore? Why are we talking about a hated form of communication? Because, as it turns out, when used properly, newsletters can be very effective. And, there are some situations where a newsletter makes sense for your B2B company.[…]
We’ve spoken with hundreds of companies over the last few weeks and their stories are all the same:   The company has been hit hard by the effects of COVID-19 – clients cancel, distributors can’t sell their products, conferences and expos where important connections are made have been canceled –[…]
“This isn’t just a US Navy Zumwalt-class destroyer. It’s a business lesson. Follow us as we show you how this ship is relevant to your business – no matter what your industry. In 2005, the U.S. Navy had plans, and the budget to build 32 destroyers. At a total estimate[…]