Survival in today's business climate requires you to spend more and more time working on your business. We recognise that business owners often struggle to find the time and objectivity to effectively direct their energy and resources.
Our innovative strategies equip leaders with the focus and control to manage performance, increase profits and build value.
Some of our services are:
- Business Needs Assessment
- Strategic planning
- Cash flow budgeting
- Corporate structure design and review
- Key performance indicators
- External CFO
Business Needs Assessment
Every business has it's strengths and weaknesses. Even for established businesses, it's important to step back from daily operations to assess where you are now and where you would like to be.
Improving your business will mean different things to different people. You may be looking to grow or expand, perhaps you're looking for increased efficiencies so that you spend less time in the business, or maybe you need to make it more profitable so that all your hard work is sufficiently rewarded.
Frequently we find that most business owners are already doing many things well and a few tweaks are all that is needed to put them back on track.
Do you know what you're doing well?
Do you know what areas of your business could be improved?
A Complimentary Business Needs Assessment is your opportunity to assess your strengths and weeknesses and how that relates to your future needs and goals.
Marsh & Partners' business performance experts help you to understand and focus on your business goals and the actions you need to take to get there. Our programs cater for enterprises of all types, sizes and liefe cycle stage.
This analysis will help you engage with your business on a strategic level and identify solutions by focusing on:
- Cash flow
- Budgets and forecasting
- Have you got your pricing right?
- Personal goals and business goals
- Areas for growth and improvement
- Finding the resources you need to take your business to the next level
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