There are good reasons and trade-offs for all three! Which is right for you?
Most smaller organizations have some expertise and know their line of business, but may not know how to run a business.
Based on your "why," we can help you identify solutions to "who, what, when, where & how" questions like these:
There are six separate management functions of a business: Vision & Strategy, Marketing & Sales, Finance & Accounting, Operations & Equipment, Technology, and Human Resources.
Business problems are universal; solutions are unique. We use disciplined business tools to identify the right problem, then offer objective business problem-solving services based on available information, insight, and your industry-specific expertise to find options for the solution.
Small businesses don't know what they don't know. A good coach can help you pull it together.
We take a customized approach for each client to find solutions that meet your budget. We offer hourly discounts for:
We accept personal checks, Venmo, Apple Pay, and PayPal.
The value any solution depends on:
Confidentiality, honesty, transparency and dedication to help you become more successful.
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