Three professionals that you’ll need to help run your business

As an entrepreneur, you’ll be used to being the driving force behind your enterprise.

You may well have started it as a one-man show, and in the early days, you’ll have taken care of everything yourself, from marketing to pitches, accounting, hiring, and much more.

Yet as your business grows and expands, there will come a time when this becomes impossible. The workload will be too much for a single set of shoulders to bear, and you’ll soon need to start hiring.

The downside to this is that the more wages you have to pay, the greater your outlay will be, and this will eat into the profits generated by your business.

Usually, it’s far more economical to outsource to established professionals, instead of employing people specifically to fill certain roles.

If you’re looking for ways to minimise your costs, then here are three professionals to start with…

#1: A Lawyer

 Business law can be too tricky for a layman to understand, and it’s often something that you simply don’t have the time nor the capability to take care of by yourself.

However, hiring an in-house legal expert is costly, and it’s usually far more financially-savvy to approach an established firm and have them take care of things for you.

They’ll be able to ensure that you do everything by the book, and will have the skill and experience necessary to maintain the legal welfare of your enterprise going forwards.

#2: An Accountant

 You’re also going to want to find an accountant that you can trust. The financial side of running a business can be very hard to keep track of, and without the appropriate records to make sure that you’re fulfilling your obligations with regards to tax, pensions, and so on, it’s easy to end up on the wrong side of the law.

However, smaller businesses will rarely need to employ someone in a full-time capacity, and it’s a much better idea to use an established accountant instead.

The trick is to shop around carefully, and to choose a specialist such as Just Accountants to make sure that all of your needs are met.

#3: A Marketing Agency

 Thirdly and finally, consider using a marketing agency rather than hiring someone to take care of your social media and online presence in a full-time capacity.

These professionals will be fully equipped to meet your needs and to help you increase your client base, yet they will charge a fraction of the cost of employing someone to fill such a role in-house.

Choose wisely, and you’ll have a top class marketing campaign without having to break the bank.

With these three professionals to rely on, you can devote your time to doing what you do best; helping your business to thrive.

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Ben Lobel

Ben Lobel

Ben Lobel was the editor of from 2010 to 2018. He specialises in writing for start-up and scale-up companies in the areas of finance, marketing and HR.

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