This might also just depend on how much you value your own business orientation. If you are happy with operating with just a half dozen loyal clients, well, good luck to you then. In this day and age, and as a result, you might just be earning a decent monthly income, but that is as far as it may go. So see how quickly your business does not grow, and see how quickly it stagnates. Given the competitive nature of doing business nowadays, this is likely to happen.
But if you are truly business-oriented, you will not be satisfied with this old fashioned sentiment. In line with the successful and necessary fundamentals, you are already thinking next on how you can grow your business still further. You are thinking about how you can exceed what you achieved last quarter. One way of doing that successfully is by attracting more clients. It has been perceived to be a devious ploy by village merchants, but it works well enough in places like Singapore, one of the busiest and most industrious places on earth in which to do business.
Simply put, it is called the gift that keeps on giving. Even if you are still stuck with loyal clients, you should still be rewarding them whenever their anniversaries come up. You can reward them and others with a typical Singaporean show of hospitality. You can give a good handshake, but more importantly, you can offer them a typical Singapore corporate gift. Consider this to be just plain old good business. It works well enough to help you grow your revenue streams.
So, by the time the next traditional festival arrives, who will you be giving your corporate gift to next?