Episode 6

Published on:

9th May 2020

Why You Should Scale Back Your Customers to Make More Profit

In this week's show, Josh Currivan of Currivan Green Co. shares one of the best ways his business makes more profit - by having less customers!

Using his profit and loss numbers and identifying which customers are paying well and which aren't, Josh is able to maximize profits with the most productive work.

Topics on the show today include:

  • how to identify your best customers
  • how to let your non-profit customers go
  • why keeping track of profit and loss is key
  • how to ensure your profit margin is actually making you money
  • why having the most customers doesn't mean you're the most profitable

Settle in for some great advice on how your business can be more profitable and effective. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode!

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About the Podcast

ECHO Means Business
a podcast for the green industry
The ECHO Means Business podcast is the green industry show made by pros, for pros.

ECHO Means Business (EMB) is a brand-neutral website and mobile app that enables peer-to-peer conversations between outdoor power equipment (OPE) professionals. It offers content, tips, and advice to help you grow your business, as well as a forum where you can get answers from fellow pros on all topics.

The ECHO Means Business podcast takes all you love from the website and mobile app and makes it even easier to get the tips and industry updates you’re after.

Hosted by the likes of Paul Jamison, Josh Currivan, and Jimmy Massey of the UAG, and featuring special guests from the industry, each show will offer fun insights and discussion around the topics that matter to you and your business.