Plenty of entrepreneurs have seasonal (and, hopefully, predictable) highs and lows throughout every business year. For example, if you own a construction, lawncare or landscaping business or you run a beachside restaurant, an ice cream shop or a summer camp for kids, the warm summer months are typically your busiest. When the weather cools down, so, too, does your revenue stream.
We want to know:
How do you strategize and adjust for the shifting seasons in your business? How do you plan ahead – in terms of finances, employees, inventory and more – both for your busiest and your slowest sales cycles?
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