SAN DIEGO, Aug. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Small business owners may sometimes wish that they had the kinds of resources that are more typically associated with big corporations, but a recent article in The Tennessean says this way of thinking is backwards. According to the article, small businesses have numerous advantages over bigger companies, many of them stemming from their small size. The article notes that smaller businesses can respond more quickly and efficiently to changes in consumer needs, which gives them a distinct competitive edge. This finding has won the attention of Aero Financial, a San Diego-based firm that strives to help smaller companies to succeed. Aero Financial has responded to the Tennessean article with a new statement to the press.
The article itself remarks that small businesses grow the best when they grow strategically and smartly—and that while some small companies seek to grow too much in too short a time span, others succeed by moving judiciously, setting smaller goals and remaining adaptable to consumer needs and market fluctuations. "As the business grows, [it] will need to add some structure, increase the clarity of people's roles, and put in some processes and procedures," the article concedes, but even this should be done strategically and conservatively.
One particular suggestion offered by the article is for business owners not just to delegate responsibilities, but also to delegate authority. By giving employees the means and the resources for building the company and developing themselves professionally, the article says, business owners can ensure that their company grows organically.
Aero Financial, a leading business consultancy, has responded to the article with a new press statement, offering its own agreement with the ideas expressed in The Tennessean.
In particular, Aero Financial's statement affirms the idea that companies should not grow just for the sake of growing—and that expanding too rapidly is not always advantageous. "We meet with 'C' level people and entrepreneurs every day," says Aero Financial's CEO, James Price, in the company's press statement. "The best advice that we offer to small and growing companies is to remember that more isn't always better, it's just more. Small businesses should be shrewd about the ways in which they seek to grow."
Aero Financial is a San Diego-based company that seeks to foster and encourage the entrepreneurial spirit in companies of all kinds. Under Price's leadership, the company provides financial and accounting services, business growth strategies, and even social marketing expertise to its corporate clients. The company also offers its expertise in reverse mergers, business plan development, and more.
Aero Financial is a company passionate about the entrepreneurial spirit, and founded on the idea that entrepreneurship is what drives innovation and forms the backbone of American business. As such, Aero Financial is zealous for leveraging its years of business experience to provide unique solutions for companies of all sizes and in all industries. The company provides services in online marketing, payroll consultation business valuation, reverse mergers, business plan development, sales channel development, and more. Aero Financial is devoted to providing business solutions as effectively and as efficiently as possible.
SOURCE Aero Financial