Whether you own a small business or have formed a large corporation, the chances are that you delegate specific tasks. A business owner cannot do all things, all the time. Even sole proprietorships often outsource their accounting or tax work to a CPA, and larger companies employ full-time individuals to take on the increased workload.…
Who We Are
We are a committed team of knowledgeable professional business consultants with only one goal in mind – your business success.
With over four decades of consulting a variety of companies and offices, we have the experience, tools and know-how to help you achieve your business goals – whatever they may be.
Every business is unique, so first we perform a thorough diagnosis to identify those existing areas that need to be improved or strengthened. We then present you with a step-by-step action plan of exactly what needs to be done, and will work with you to ensure each step is fully implemented with tangible, positive results.
We have a variety of brilliant and practical management tools that can solve virtually any situation, and we will teach you how to use these tools so they become yours for the future.
The general outline of the process is:
The first step is a complimentary 90-minute Comparative Analysis by one of our expert Management Analysts. This initial consultation provides the first look at the business – its existing capacity, staffing, finances and marketing. From this, you will be given a concrete evaluation of where your business stands compared to what it actually could and should be producing if it were more ideally and efficiently structured, organized and run. To schedule this FREE analysis, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting one now.
An in-depth Diagnostic Evaluation of the entire business. This comprehensive evaluation includes: interviews of key employees, owners and stakeholders; collection of two years of key performance metrics; proprietary financial and mathematical calculations that produce a Lost Income Analysis; Historical Performance Summary; Profit Feasibility Study; Marketing Analysis; and Predictive Financial Standing Prognosis. The Diagnostic Evaluation is detailed and extensive, and concludes with a one-on-one meeting where we present you with our written Findings and Recommendations that will open your eyes to your own business and advise an immediate course of action to obtain desired growth and stability. It is a precise activity locating the exact situations preventing or slowing expansion and profitability of your business.
Where warranted, a detailed, step-by-step consulting program is written to guide your business towards the goals you have set out for it.
We work with you over the course of weeks, months or years–whatever is required to fully implement and complete the plan so it is a lasting success.
The key areas addressed include:
Personnel Management | Leadership Development | Defining Job Duties | Organizational Hierarchy | Executive Training and Coaching | Goal Setting | Implementation of Key Performance Indicators and metrics | Marketing | Social Media | Sales Training and Coaching | Staff Training | Quality Control | Budgeting and Financial Controls
We measure our success by our client’s success. We set very specific targets and goals with our clients and work side by side with them until they are achieved.
We have helped hundreds of business owners expand their business and achieve their goals, and we can do the same for you. Click on the link below to read just a few of our many testimonials. If you are interested, we can also put you in touch with one or more of our clients so you can ask them directly about their experience with Business Success and how they have benefited from our consulting programs.
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