This week was not as hectic as the last one. But we still managed to make some good progress.
We viewed a Typeform seminar. https://www.typeform.com/ Typeform is the program we use to come up with surveys for various uses.
We helped out at the 2018 STEM Expo at TAF. http://techaccess.org/academy/ TAF does a STEM Expo every year and this is the first phase of the 2018 STEM Expo. We spent time in one of the TAF classrooms and talked to 75 students throughout the day. We listened to their ideas and for those students who had no ideas. We did our best to help them come up with some for the Expo. This was a very enjoyable experience for us.They still need lots of judges for their STEM Expo. So if you are interested in helping out just reach out to them.
We had a great meeting with Stephanie Prosser of Prosser construction. Stephanie is the CEO of Prosser Construction https://www.facebook.com/prosserconstruction22/ and she is building a great company. We had a great conversation about HR and what construction companies like hers need from HR. One important take away from our meeting is that even though our price list is less than pretty much all HR Outsourcing companies. It may still be too high for small businesses. Especially, ones just starting out. We will continue to talk to small business owners to figure out the right pricing strategy for cavnessHR.
We received a reference from someone we connected to last year to help out a non-profit in Seattle with their HR. The non-profit currently receives their HR from another company in the organization. But the non-profit is breaking off on their own now and my connection wants to make sure their HR is still being handled. We look forward to seeing if cavnessHR is a good fit for them.
We had our weekly meeting with Business Impact Northwest. https://businessimpactnw.org/
We continue to work with them on delivering HR that will add value to their organization. We continue to learn some great lessons from working with BINW.
For the cavnessHR podcast. We have our interviews lined up for February and March. Since we are only doing around 4 a month now. This will give us some predictability in our schedule.
We have quite a few items to work on and focus on for the month of February. Some of them are as follows:
Coming up with our Sales Objection Management Document.
Coming up with our cold calling script.
Coming up with our cold emailing script.
Continue to use LinkedIn Sales Navigator to build leads/connections in the construction industry.
Validate if LinkedIn Sales Navigator is worth the cost.
Continue to experiment with FB and Google Ads. Are they worth the cost?
Continue to network at MBApierce events to build relationships with the construction industry in Pierce County, WA.
Continue to network in the Seattle-Tacoma area to tell the story of cavnessHR and as a way to reach talent.
Sponsoring a job search seminar.
Come up with a social media plan for the month. Instead of just posting items throughout the day.
Come up with a plan to push out HR content. By pushing out another weekly blog. Also by using social media channels. cavnessHR uses FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat and Instagram.
Do a cavnessHR YouTube channel to help educate small business on HR.
Continue to refine manual processes for cavnessHR. That way when the tech side is ready, it will be that much easier.
Relook our pricing strategy.
Continue to take HR classes to make sure we have all the latest HR information.
Continue to work with the cavnessHR developers to build the tech side of cavnessHR and validate the cavnessHR MVP.
Volunteer at the 2018 STEM Expo at TAF.
Work to focus on items that build the business and bring in customers.
Work on Google Analytics for both the website and the podcast and other items.
Follow up on our submission to RISE.
Participate in a job fair on Fort Lewis.
Redo the cavnessHR executive summary.
Redo the cavnessHR roadmap for 2018.
Continue to be part of the Bunker Labs Launch Online Accelerator.
What are your focus areas for the month of February? Are we being too ambitious with this focus list?
cavnessHR delivers HR to companies with less than 50 employees while transforming the HR outsourcing industry.