Dale Little is a Business Strategist and Speaker based in Northern Virginia. Her clients range from entrepreneurs with a budding idea for a new business to established businesses throughout the United States.
Dale understands that Small Business owners are in business for two primary reasons — to make money, and to be their own boss. There’s a third reason that should fit in there somewhere — enjoying what they do. Dale works with Small Business owners and entrepreneurs to review existing practices and plans and then develop revised or new programs that help business owners enjoy their work, and Make A Profit!
It’s often said that one must spend money to make money. In many instances that’s true, but it doesn’t mean that every penny of capital or profits must be spent in an effort to stabilize or grow the business. Dale firmly believes that many positive outcomes can be achieved with little or no money.
Since 2007, Dale has worked with countless business owners and entrepreneurs, throughout the country, in the development of plans and programs for Marketing, Communication, Customer Service, Employee Retention, Professionalism, Administration & Accounting, and Motivation. Dale’s concurrent seminar series’, Making The Most Of Your Marketing Dollar and Social Media Marketing Success For Business, holds audience attention with ongoing interaction and the sharing of techniques and strategies that can be utilized in every business immediately. Seminar content is developed from Dale’s business experience and continuing education opportunities over the past twenty-three years.
Dale contributes articles to several online small business organizations including Entrepreneur Connect, Inside Web Marketing Blog, Kalon Women Blog, Focus, and Biznik, as well as her business blog Business Strategies That Work! and her Facebook business group by the same name. She has been featured in articles, BlogTalkRadiocasts, and podcasts for Lowe’s for Pros, All Biz Answers, Stillwaters Fireside Chat, and George Mason University SBDC. Her organizations include the Society for Human Resource Management, Community Business Partnership and D.C. Entrepreneurship Week.