Prepping Your Business for Small Business Saturday

Prepping Your Business for Small Business Saturday

Prepping Your Business for Small Business Saturday

Try out these suggestions to prepare for a successful Small Business Saturday.

Small Business Saturday is a retail holiday that lands on the Saturday between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. As the name suggests, this day highlights smaller companies across the country and encourages consumers to support their local businesses. As a business owner, this holiday provides a wonderful opportunity to increase sales and improve your brand’s recognition. Here are some things to consider when prepping your business for this Small Business Saturday.

  • Advertise on Multiple Platforms

One of the best ways to get your name out there and reach an audience of consumers is by advertising your business and any events you will be hosting in honor of Small Business Saturday. For instance, you’ll definitely want to utilize promotional materials in your physical business space, but don’t limit yourself there. Also, be sure to advertise on your company’s website and all of its social media accounts to reach a wider audience. Finally, if you have the budget for it, you can also take out advertisements in your local newspaper as well. While this is a more old-school form of advertising, this method will allow you to target older customers who may not be familiar with your company’s online presence.

  • Show Your Customers Some Appreciation

A great way to celebrate Small Business Saturday is by holding an event in honor of it. While you can always go traditional and offer your customers special discounts and deals, there are other ways to encourage consumers to walk through your doors. For instance, consider offering customers free refreshments, small gifts with every purchase, or even entry into a raffle event. However, your customer appreciation tactics don’t need to be this flashy. Simply including a thank you note with every purchase is a sweet and heartfelt way to tell your customers how much they mean to your business. This personal touch will remind your customers why it pays to support local businesses rather than massive conglomerates.

These are some of the things that your company should do in honor of this Small Business Saturday. Are you looking for another way to take care of your company this holiday season? Make sure you have the right commercial insurance protections in place. For assistance with all your business’s coverage needs, contact the experts at Club Agency Insurance Brokerage in Garden City, New York to get started today.

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