How your Business can Increase Profit Margins During Inflation

As business owners, we’re not just facing inflation at home. It’s not just impacting our checkbooks, but our daily business operations too. As we question how we can deal with inflation, we must also consider how we can increase our profits during these times.

In this episode, I discuss inflation and how your business can maintain or increase profit margins during inflationary times. I outline some actions to take to mitigate the effects of inflation on your business. I share some inflationary trends and insights from the Harvard Business Review and describe how one company broke down silos and saved $300 million on annual expenses by appointing and empowering a spending czar. I also discuss how technology and automation can help save money and make processes more efficient and underscore the importance of remaining vigilant during inflation.

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Annual inflation rates in 2022
How inflation changes the nature of business
The pros and cons of adjusting the pricing of your products or services
The ‘five by five principle’ and controlling your spending during inflationary times
Differentiating strategic and non-strategic expenses
The power of accurate accounting and inventory controls
Using the efficiency of technology
Prioritizing high-profit margin products during inflation
The economic cycle

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Justin A. Goodbread, CFP®, CEPA, CVGA, is a nationally recognized financial planner, business educator, wealth manager, author, speaker, and entrepreneur. He has 20+ years of experience teaching small business owners how to start, buy, grow, and sell businesses. Multi-year recipient of the Investopedia Top 100 Advisor and 2018 Exit Planning Institute’s Exit Planner Leader of the Year.

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