Business growth is the improvement of some part of the success of an enterprise. Business growth takes place in raising revenue as well as cutting overhead.
When a business begins to sell more products or generate more service income, the business brings in more money and is considered to be growing. When a business is able to cut costs and net more money from raising profitability, it also grows. Really successful businesses have success in both areas, and success in one area often leads to another. When a business sells more, it is sometimes able to get a better price for its goods, which reduces overhead. When overhead is reduced, businesses pass on savings to the customers and attract more sales.