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Explore many ways to grow your business and gain new customers. You can even get certified by completing all topics in the Garage.
Rachael’s Kitchen, which makes and delivers delicious cupcakes across the UK and Europe, has been marketing online to get more customers and grow the business. Web sales have since grown by 50%. The company has been able to take on new staff and to compete against much larger players.
Cotswold Balloon Safaris offers hot air balloon flights over the picturesque Cotswolds countryside. Since its launch in 2014, Captain Mike Jennings has used the web to create brand awareness. By analysing web traffic, Mike discovered potential customers are often browsing at lunchtime and in the early evening, so he targets them at those times.
Adrian Simpson wanted to work from home and spend more time with his children. So the former TV presenter went into business as a wedding speech writer. He set up a basic website for 'All Speeches Great and Small' and began advertising through search. Within 31 days, he sold 31 speeches.