As a business owner, you can’t ignore the need for a steady flow of new business.
In order to keep your customers coming back, you have to have something to offer them that they are happy with.
The key is to find a niche that you can deliver something unique and exciting that will get your customers excited about your business.
Hiring a team member to build a new product or business idea is one way to do this.
You can also hire an existing staff member to assist you in delivering this new product and/or business idea.
These two are often the easiest ways to grow your business and make sure you have the right people to help you grow.
In this interview, Amazon Business Insider editor, Erik Riesman, answers some of the most common questions you may have when considering hiring a team to work on a new venture.
He also talks about how he and his team have successfully transitioned from a freelance-style business to a full-time professional position.
As an entrepreneur, you may not be able to hire everyone at once, but if you are interested in helping your team grow, you should always make sure to keep in mind the roles that each of the team members will need to play in the project.
As Erik says, “You can’t expect a full team to fit every customer.
You also can’t count on everyone to be perfect.”
This is especially true when it comes to recruiting talented talent.
If you are looking to expand your team and you don’t have a clear idea of who to choose, Erik suggests you check out our guide to hiring and finding the best team members to work with.
The following interview was conducted on January 17, 2019, and the interview has been edited for clarity and length.
Interview conducted by Erik Riosman, Amazon Developer Editor for Amazon.com, and Chris Zane, Amazon Web Services Developer Editor.