Proven Ways to Manage your BIZ Expenses with Meredith Crawford

 

  • Why do we hate looking at expenses and how does this affect us?
  • What is our biggest mistake?
  • What should our expenses be in relation to our revenue?
  • Most of us focus on monthly bills – is this bad?
  • Tell us about that B word we hate -budget.
  • What can we do today to be proactive?
  • Tell me about Financial risk, what does that mean?

Meredith Crawford is the founder of Solerno Media. She’s an exceptional Business, Marketing and Storyteller Expert who helps small business owners get out of the vicious cycle of feast or famine.

Meredith served for years as CEO of the multimillion dollar company MindShare Design, where she managed a marketing campaign that added 18% to the company’s revenue stream.

After years of running high budget teams, she experienced a colossal burnout which required medical leave. Before long Meredith bounced back, stronger than ever, and found that she had an unshakeable desire to help product-based small business owners. She has harnessed the key techniques leveraged by competitive industries to help small businesses market their services and products better, and scale faster.

Meredith started her agency after realizing that business leaders and entrepreneurs needed to do things differently in the future to win and maintain customer loyalty. Meredith is dedicated to teaching step-by-step, everything essential to savvy marketing and skyrocketing your side hustle, to streamline cash flow, build a sustainable, profitable, stress-free business.

27 Proven Ways To Manage Your Expenses

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