Jan Triplett, Ph.D. is the CEO of the Business Success Center (BSC), a City of Austin certified green business. It provides sales and financial strategies and advice to owners of product and service businesses. It received a Small Business Administration (SBA) five-star national award and the Austin Business Journal named it a top 20 management consulting firms.
Triplett is a national and international speaker, author of A Networker’s Guide to Success and Thinking Big, Staying Small. She published The Networker ” and moderated KUT radio’s “The Next 200 Years”. She was co-creator of the award-winning “City Management Academy” and the “Owners MBA. She owned and ran the Entrepreneurs’ Association and a business accelerator and hatchery.
She is a small business activist, serving as a White House Conference on Small Business and Congressional Summit delegate. She was on the Mayor’s Task Force on International Infrastructure, initiated the Northcross IBIZ District and recommended portions of Austin’s Big Box Ordinance. She was a founder of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Texas and the Greater Austin International Coalition. The SBA honored her as Texas’ Small Business Advocate.
Triplett is a member of Central Texas Association of Guaranteed Government Lenders and an NCRC Certified Technical Advisor. She volunteers for the Austin Farmers Market and the Austin Humane Society and serves on the advisory board of Students Involved in Free Enterprise.
Sales projections are always wrong for six reasons. There are questions you can ask that will make them better and more reliable. Below are the reasons, questions, and how to use the answers you get. Sales projections are wrong because… 1. Sales projections are not supposed to be right. They’re a snapshot of what to expect each month based on relevant criteria and are defensible. Projections accepted without question are useless. Questions to ask: Why [...]