LANJ Blog

Spacer

How to Embrace Technology to Grow Your Limo Business

Posted on: September 7th, 2018
limo business

If you are a limousine business owner, you already know that many things have changed a lot over the years, and technology is the game changer in the industry. Long gone are the days when everything you needed to run a “successful” limo business was a luxurious vehicle and an ad in the Yellow Pages. […]

Share

USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO BUILD CLIENT RELATIONSHIP

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018
social media

We all know that social media is an essential tool for your limo business, but some may believe that social media is impersonal when it comes to truly connecting with and establishing authentic relationship with clients. However, when done the right way, limo businesses can use social media to create meaningful connections with clients, giving […]

Share

3 Awesome Limousine Service Marketing Ideas You Can Use Right Now

Posted on: June 19th, 2018
marketing

A limousine company is a versatile business. But running a limo business can be challenging. Besides organizing and maintaining your fleet of luxury vehicles, coordinating your team od chauffeurs, hiring and training your staff to be the best in the industry and keeping track of expenses, you also have to brand your business, attract and […]

Share

How to Make Your Business Stand Out from the Competition

Posted on: May 8th, 2018
business

As a business owner, the data around business failure rates might scare you. According to the statistics, only 50 percent of small businesses make it past the first five years mark. In the ground transportation world, where the competition always claims to be number one, it is sometimes difficult, but not impossible, to build your […]

Share

Marketing Tips to Earn Your Customers’ Trust

Posted on: March 29th, 2018
customer

If you think that delivering the highest quality services on the market guarantees that your business will stand the test of time, you need to think twice. OK, the quality of your limousine services might differentiate you from the competitors, but great services are not always enough. Why? Let’s say customers are bombarded with the […]

Share

How to Establish Authority in Your Industry

Posted on: February 16th, 2018
authority

You know those businesses in your industry who always seem to get all the attention? The limousine industry is challenging and continuously changing, and everyone wants to work with the best. This means that, if you want to bring clients to your limo business, you need to establish yourself as an authority in the industry. […]

Share

4 Tips to Make Your Limousine Business More Personable

Posted on: January 15th, 2018
limousine

One thing’s for sure: it is not an easy task to build brand loyalty, especially in the ever-changing limousine industry. Corporate identity is a must in this industry, but if you want to connect with your clients, build a stronger relationship with your existing customers and gain new ones, you should stop hiding behind that […]

Share

Data Restored: How to Create a Disaster Recovery Plan

Posted on: July 6th, 2017
data restored

With the exception of my husband, no one enjoys planning for a worst-case scenario; however, just because you have a backup plan in case things go awry isn’t the same as planning for something to fail. This is particularly true for business. Your long-term survival as a business is heavily dependent on safeguarding its information, […]

Share

Mastering the art of small talk for professionals in any situation

Posted on: May 16th, 2017
small talk

A common fear that many people have in any social situation or when meeting someone new is that they are the kind of person other people want to avoid, such as being so boring that people just want to get away from them. Many of us already know that engaging in small talk is intimidating […]

Share

Is Your Work Ethic ‘Unhealthy?’

Posted on: April 18th, 2017
work ethic

Whether you think of yourself as a small business owner or even the more fashionable “entrepreneur”, we spend endless hours working very long days and even seven day weeks.  In my case, the line between work and life have become blurred. I thought a recent article that I came across the other day was really interesting […]

Share