How To Upscale Your Business
OgaAdmin 15 Minute read   |   Apr 23, 2018

Let’s assume you’ve successfully started a business. Scalability is the ability of a business to grow. Which means your business has the ability to adapt to a larger workload without compromising performance or losing revenue.

Scaling a small business into a business with a turnover in the millions is a complex task. You have to create new demands and satisfy it while scaling up simultaneously the works of your business to cope with the additional pressures that accompany growth.

You need to know though, that not every business is destined to make it big. Some businesses get off the ground without the right systems, people, or mindset in place. Trying to grow such businesses is going to end up crumbling down.

Here’s how to upscale your business

  1. Understand the Basics

Before the thought of scaling even crosses your mind, you need to make sure your understanding of the basics is full proof. So make sure you have the following covered:

· Make sure your core product is what “market fit” is. You can gradually make improvements through product iterations based on user feedback and data.

· Find out your largest target market.

· Find out the marketing channels with the biggest ROI and scaling potential by testing with smaller budgets first.

· Make sure you have enough resources to scale. Seek funding if necessary. You can’t be worried about profitability while scaling, and you definitely don’t want to run out of money.

2. Boost Marketing

How can your business scale if no one knows or hears about it? And you do that through Adverts.

You should focus on marketing, and then scalability will follow. But you need to know that not every form of marketing is scalable. According to Forbes “word-of-mouth does not scale.”

3. Taking on staff

You may want to avoid going down this route especially if you only need ways to make a few hours back each week but if you are serious about growing your business then you will need to look at hiring staff.

You can start slowly. You don’t need to go out and hire a whole department. Before you take on staff you need to research everything that is required of you as an employer — tax, pension entitlements, health and safety at work, employment law etc. and a whole host of other laws and regulations.


Up-scaling is a mindset, too. Sure, you need to have the right systems and processes, people, and plans.

But you also need to think big to become big. Having a scalable business means that you are free to unleash your dreams, make a lot of money, and have fun doing it. Once you get your mind in the game, scalability becomes way easier.

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