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3 Biggest Business Trends to Implement in 2023


Before long we will be ringing in the New Year, so you must ensure your business is ready to grow in 2023.

Now is the time to organize your company to be on top of the 3 most significant business trends. 


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1. Establish a Clear Mission/Vision Statement and Set Long Term Goals 

When looking at trends for 2023, one that should be top of mind is sustainability. With growing concern for global warming, companies need to start incorporating this into both their short-term and long-term goals. 

Buying trends are increasingly being driven by consumers who are choosing to buy from businesses that prioritize factors such as ecological impact and sustainability. Companies will need to make sure that their environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives are moving forward and taking center stage. 



2. Eliminating the gaps between departments, particularly Sales and Marketing

If your sales and marketing teams are working in silos, then it could be hindering your business growth.

Marketers blame the sales team for not doing a great job nurturing and quickly following up with leads, while sales reps complain that marketing hasn't done enough work to bring in quality leads. This blame game is a major reason many organizations miss out on lucrative deals. But when you truly integrate sales and marketing, you are guaranteed to drive better results.

The sales team can gain a lot of knowledge simply by engaging with prospective clients on a daily basis.  Sales can be a valuable resource for marketers, as they have a close working relationship with customers and are likely to understand customer needs.

When communication between the sales and marketing departments is inconsistent, it leads to tasks getting duplicated or overlooked, wasting time and energy along the way. That's why it's important to bridge that gap. Working together reduces the chances of misunderstandings and missed opportunities.


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3. Fostering relationships with prospects, customers, and employees

Increasing customer loyalty and employee retention is another important trend that should be on your list of long-term goals. 

To create strong customer relationships, you must do all you can to engage with your customers. As in any good relationship, communication is essential to build a relationship. Don’t just tell customers about your business, have conversations with them. Find out what they need and provide a solution to their problem.

Exceed the customer’s expectations and deliver the best products or services you can deliver. Always continue to raise the bar on what your company offers. When you impress customers, they keep coming back.

If your goal of building a stronger relationship with your employees, you can't go wrong by shining the spotlight on their achievements and giving them enough positive reinforcement. Avoid micromanaging even if you're just trying to help and allow them to develop their talents.  Asking employees for their input makes them feel comfortable coming to you about new ideas or concerns.

Everyone benefits in a healthy work relationship.


The next step is to integrate these trends into your long-term goals. Here are a few ways you can do that. You'll want to first talk to your team and get everyone on board with the 2023 vision.  Then sit down and start working on a plan.

  • Perform a SWOT Analysis - Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats
  • Set individual and team SMART goals to support the companies long-term goals
  • Strategically place goals so they can build off each other 
  • Hold everyone accountable with regular check-in calls 

Organizing these trends before the start of 2023 will ensure your company has a strong foundation for growth in the future. 


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