Are you prepared to operate a business? There are so many things to consider when starting up. Who is your customer? What are you selling? DO you know your costs? Have you looked at your competition? The list can be overwhelming. Fortunately, I have been here a few times and have a really well-executed process to share. Let’s chat!
Do you feel stuck working in your business instead of on its growth and success? Let’s look at workflow, spending, sales plans, marketing and create a plan for deeper analysis and growth.
Are you feeling like there is no way out of your current situation? Let’s look at debts, cash flow, workflow, and get you moving forward. I am here to help you pivot. Let’s make a plan for change.
There are no avoiding expenses in business. In order to turn a profit, a company needs to focus its money in the right places. That means funnelling cash into the resources that keep a company running, into the research and innovations that create competitive advantages, and other money-making areas. It also means aiming the money at money-saving areas. Let’s look at where to spend and strategy save you money in the long run.
If only half of startups survive more than five years and only one-third make it to 10, what’s the one thing you could do to ensure your company is sustainable? Depressing right? The answer is to create a growth strategy for your business, of course.
A growth strategy involves more than simply envisioning long-term success. If you don’t have a tangible plan, you’re actually losing business -- or you’re increasing the chance of losing business to competitors. Let’s make a plan.
To run a business effectively and efficiently requires a lot of upfront effort. Efficiency demands processes, protocol, and forethought in every aspect of your business. This endeavour trolls through strategy, operations, marketing, your finances, and especially sales. Let’s look at this in depth and make a plan!
What are good marketing strategies? How can you market for free? How can you effectively grow and track sales with marketing? I have years of experience sorting out how to manage marketing on the lowest/ almost non-existent budget to playing with some big dogs in the marketing game. We can get this started together!
Let’s go beyond the traditional business plan and understand your future customer, the market, and the right business structure for you and your goals.