Process Clarity Blog
Website and Blog Launch
What is the best way to start a small business blog?
Do you introduce the people of the business first or is it best to talk about what the the business can achieve? Should the focus be away from the business entirely and lay instead on our wider industry and the interesting projects that others are undertaking? Should the first entry have nothing to do with the business at all but instead share interesting community information with the reader?
I'm not sure, I've never blogged before. But I think that all of these things go toward making a successful small business and I plan to cover all of them in the first few weeks following our exciting website and blog launch.
Process Clarity was incorporated this year in Charlotte, North Carolina. Our business aims to supply specialized process engineering services to industry and government in the surrounding area. Our primary niche is the construction of dynamic process simulations which can be used to aid in a wide variety of process engineering endeavors. The aim of Process Clarity projects will vary with the needs of our clients but in the end they will tend to come down to this one simple aim: produce the same or greater quantity and quality of product while significantly reducing ongoing capital requirements and the consumption of energy, water and chemicals.
In other words, help our clients do more with less.
Richard Harris is the owner and manager of this exciting new venture (that's me). I'm an Australian expat who has been traveling back and forth between Australia and the USA since I was four years old, living in Wisconsin, New Mexico and now North Carolina. I moved to Charlotte this year with my wife and two boys and we absolutely love the area. The people here in NC are wonderfully warm and friendly, the climate, terrain and flora are beautiful and there is an 'air of the possible' here as more efficient use of energy and smarter business practices are the hot topics going around. I'm looking forward with excitement at the prospect of settling here in Charlotte, raising my family, becoming and active member of the community and building a business which can help our clients improve their bottom line through reduced energy and water waste.
So here's cheers to new beginnings!