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Keep your business profitable year-round

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Keep your business in the black during slow seasons by managing expenses correctly all year.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Most businesses find themselves with peak seasons during certain times of the year. Whether cold temperatures stop customers from traveling to your shop or the rain means your business has to close down for a few days, outside factors can often affect customer traffic.

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During slow seasons bills are still due and employees still need to get paid. Fox Business offers a few tips to make sure owners can make their businesses in the black all year.

  1. Minimize expenses in the off-season – Cut down on bills by taking steps like reducing business hours and days, as well as renegotiating recurring services, stated the article.
  2. Seek out opportunities with businesses that have longer seasons – Sell off unused or unsold inventory at the end of your busy season or offer consulting services to other businesses during slow time, noted the article.
  3. Experiment with new product offerings – Shops offering seasonal products or services can switch up their product lines during the off-season, said the article. This can be a low-risk way to find new products or services your business can offer.

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