Build your Construction Company in 2018 - Tips and Advice for Construction Companies Looking to Grow in 2018

As an owner of a construction company, to say you are in a competitive business feels like a strong understatement. It can be hard to market your company, compete with other companies, and really build a niche and name for yourself. If you’re looking to grow your business in 2018, here are some tips you can use that will help move the process along.


Clearly, it will take a lot of work on your end, but at the same time, if you go in armed with tips and advice, then at least you’ll understand what steps need and should be taken. Here’s a look at some ways that you can help your construction company to grow in 2018.


Invest in Marketing Strategies


One of the smartest decisions you can make for your business is to put the time in to create a marketing plan that covers all areas. What this means is using a variety of marketing strategies, both online and offline, to reach out to potential new clients and customers. Perhaps you have been putting a lot of focus into your online efforts and forgotten about offline marketing techniques, or vice versa. This is the time to re-think your plan and make sure it’s balanced.


Of course, in order to know if your efforts are successful, you’ll also need to be tracking them. Tracking your marketing efforts will help to identify those areas you are excelling in and the areas that could use a bit more attention.


Make Sure You Are Applying for Tenders


Why not let 2018 be the year where you not only apply for tenders but more tenders than you have ever applied to in the past? Because putting together tend proposals can be time-consuming and even confusing, it may be worth your time to hire a professional tender writer. If you can rely on a professional to get the job done properly, then you will probably be able to apply for more tenders at once since you aren’t having to do all the proposal work.


Start Following Up with Past Clients and Customers


Just like with any business, customer loyalty is huge. Sure, it's great to get those single-deal customers here and there, but ideally, you want to aim for repeat customers. As the saying goes, it's a lot less expensive to keep a current client than it is to go out and find a new one.


With that in mind, it can be worth your while to get in contact with past clients, remind them about the services you offer, ask them if they have any upcoming projects they would like a quote on, and just reconnect with them.


Tips that Work in Conjunction with One Another


It’s important to understand that in to grow your business, there isn’t going to be one magical solution. Rather, it will take a number of steps and techniques working in conjunction with one another.