Can Your Business Wear A Bikini?

Our world, or at least this country, seems to be obsessed with size something one sassy “plus-size” woman took to heart, and to the Internet, by brazenly wearing a bikini a testament to her strong self worth. We applaud her for showing the world that the shape you’re in is an individual decision.

Of course, when your business needs to shape up it’s not always readily apparent. It pays to take a step back from time to time and assess the shape your business is in. For instance:

Companies and entrepreneurs know they’re in business to make money. That part’s the no-brainer. But if someone asks, “What’s your business model?” you might spend a few moments scratching your head.

A business model is simply “a representation of how your organization intends to make money,” according to management guru Peter Drucker. To quantify this definition a bit, ask yourself the following questions:

  • What problem(s) does my business solve (i.e., Why would a customer buy from me?)
  • How will I generate revenue? (What products and/or services am I selling?)
  • How do I translate this into a viable venture?

One way to get in shape is with superior spill clean up solutions. Here in mid-winter, XSORB Outdoor All-Purpose Absorbent is an excellent emergency response product that will enable you to sweep away spills and keep surfaces clean and dry, even in windy conditions. Of course, like all Impact Absorbents offerings it’s environmentally friendly, so your business keeps it footprint light while saving time, labor and money.

Need to stay in shape in the classroom? XSORB Biohazard Absorbent Response Kit keeps teachers, children and staff safe. Our convenient and economical kit has everything you need to absorb and clean up blood and body fluids, protect and disinfect all while being fully compliant with OSHA’s Blood-borne Pathogen Standard.

So while the subject of shape is as individual as you are, attention to the shape your business is in can translate into a more streamlined, successful venture. And then, whether or not you sell swimwear, your business will be able to rock a bikini.


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