High Growth Strategy 2017: How To Future-proof Your Growth Strategy
Is your growth strategy ready for the challenges of today…and tomorrow?
Let’s face it, the world is changing and professional services are no exception. Client expectations are evolving. They want transparency and world-class solutions. What used to work no longer does.
Competition is becoming more intense. New players, new technology, and new pressures are roiling the competitive waters.
How can you maintain, or accelerate your growth?
That’s where Hinge’s 2017 High Growth Study comes to the rescue!
We have just launched our annual High Growth Study, which will provide much needed answers to important questions around your growth strategy for the future.
The study is open to all professional services firms and your responses will be completely confidential. It will look at a variety of factors that impact growth and profitability. It’s free to participate, and all firms that complete it will receive three big benefits:
1). You will receive a free copy of the overall results.
2). You will receive a free report on High Growth Firms from your industry. This report is only available to study participants.
3). You will have access to an invitation-only webinar in which I will brief you on the results and what they mean for your firm. This will include a Q&A session where you can get answers to your most pressing questions.
What will you have to do?
When the results are in, you’ll learn what the fastest growing firms in your industry (and other professional services) do differently. And you’ll see what the future holds for your firm.
Here are some of the key topics covered by this important study:
Learn the profile of the fastest growing firms and understand what contributes to their growth and profitability. High growth can coexist with high profit if our previous research is any indication. I’m excited to see if it continues to hold true in this fast changing marketplace.
Learn how High Growth firms target their clients. How do they set themselves apart from their competitors? How specialized are they? What techniques do they use to get inside their client’s heads?
How do they go about marketing themselves? What are they doing right to grow so fast and remain so profitable? Learn what level of investment they make in marketing.
Find out which marketing techniques High Growth firms use and how effective they are. Usually, these firms spend less on marketing, yet grow faster and are more profitable. This is “must know” information for any management team.
You’ll even learn how other firms evaluate the impact of their efforts. There are likely to be some eye openers here.
And here is a line of inquiry I’m especially excited about. You’ll discover which tactics have the best return on marketing investment.—where you’ll get the biggest bang for the time and money you invest.
We need your help to make this study a success.
I encourage you to take a few minutes right now and complete this confidential survey. It’s free, and the insights are priceless.
Know of a group or association that wants to participate? Just contact us here and we’ll fill you in on how they can get involved. Many associations have found great value in participating.
The world of professional services is changing. Don’t be left behind. Future-proof your growth strategy today.
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