With the last few months of 2021 drawing near, many business leaders are thinking about plans for the new year with fresh goals and strategies to achieve. No matter the industry, every new year brings changes that companies strive to accomplish. These are essential to adjust, improve, and fine-tune operations for successful results. Here are a few plans from leading entrepreneurs that express different efforts for professional success in 2022.
Successful Investment Opportunities
“Since the start of the pandemic, we have built a business model that gives investors the ability to invest in water the way they invest in oil wells. This is new for water—and investors are excited because water demand doesn’t go away, and water rates go up with inflation. Meanwhile, our conventional business of making industrial water equipment has taken off—we’re over three times last year’s bookings. In 2022, we want to make good on all those sales orders and ramp up the oil well-style investment model to enable hundreds and then thousands of investors to make their own “mailbox money” from water! And because that “water like an oil well” model works by keeping the assets under our name, that’s potentially enough assets to IPO onto the NASDAQ, a personal dream of mine for years. This is the era of the small, nimble water company, and we aim to show the way. We can’t wait!,” shared Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of OriginClear Inc. (OTC Pink: OCLN).
Transparency in a Post-Pandemic World
“Ahead of 2022, my approach is to have a laser-focused view on growth, sustainability, and quality. Coming out of the pandemic, I believe people are craving transparency and accountability in brand and success. At Tampon Tribe, our brands, team, and operations exemplify this. My view for the business, team, and success of our investors is to focus on a truly transparent company based on those pillars: growth, sustainability, and quality,” shared Jennifer Eden, Co-founder & CEO of Tampon Tribe.
Expanding Services Across State Lines
“For 2022, we will hopefully have more of the same. We have been lucky to enjoy success as the fruits of our hard work. There are many people that work hard and still have difficulties succeeding. We do not take that for granted. We are looking at opening an office in another state. This would be the first expansion outside of Florida,” shared Marc Anidjar, Senior Founding Partner of The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine.
High-Quality Customer Service
“Communicate, communicate, communicate. As supply chain and employee issues persist, we will make it a priority to communicate to our team and clients about what to expect. The entire country is dealing with this situation and getting ahead of it can separate a company from the rest. We also plan to double down on what we do best. The world is becoming more customizable by the minute and trying to be everything to everybody just won’t work. We will continue to offer high-quality, custom commercial signage and expert installation to our clients,” shared Jason Ditkofsky, President of McNeill Signs.
Accelerating and Refining Operations
“We will continue to aggressively improve our product, marketing efforts, and availability of enhanced services to our patients, to try to accelerate needed treatment that has been delayed due to the pandemic,” shared Dr. David Greenwald, Co-founder & Neurosurgeon of Comprehensive MD.
Increasing Products in Various Markets
“We plan on making 2022 better than 2021 by achieving accelerated growth of our proprietary EPA approved Reformulated No Ethanol Gasoline in the Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth fuel markets. Our persistence to quality has given us exposure in these markets resulting in growing sales year-over-year. In addition, we continue to pursue our expansion into the Northeastern USA and Chicago fuel markets and provide greater shareholder returns,” shared Chris Williams, CEO of CW Petroleum Corp (OTCQB: CWPE).
Living in a world that is constantly shifting, companies should be adaptable to whatever life brings. A solid game plan with a strategy for execution is a must. But being able to react to challenges and keeping a fluid mentality to adjust business plans is the best way to kickstart new aspirations and guarantee positive results throughout the year.