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Your business fitness starts here!

Developing a strong business strategy starts here…

We assess your business fitness covering six core areas prior to developing your suite of business plans.

Business Planning

Do you have a vision for expanding your business, becoming more competitive in your industry or becoming more financially successful? If you answered yes to any of the above, you need a business plan!

Business planning is critical for the success of any business. A business plan provides direction, keeps you focused and is generally a requirement when you seek finance.

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What is a Business Plan?

A business plan is a documented set of business goals, objectives, target market information and financial forecasts, that you are aiming to achieve over a certain period of time.  It’s a living document to continually develop as your business grows and changes.

Why plan?

A business plan is a valuable tool to help you reach your long-term goals. It defines your objectives, gives your business direction, maps out strategies to achieve your goals and helps you to overcome hurdles. It provides direction, focus and the overall plan for success.

1) It’s  your map of the future
2) It helps support growth and secure funding
3) It will develop and articulate your course of action
4) It can assist with managing cash flow
5) It can support a financially rewarding exit strategy.

SWOT Analysis Implement our strategic planning techniques to help identify the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats whether it be competition, marketing, product and services mix or the economic environment, we can help.

STRENGTHS

STRENGTHS

OPPORTUNITIES

OPPORTUNITIES

WEAKNESS

WEAKNESS

THREATS

THREATS

What is a SWOT Analysis?

In order to effectively operate your business, it’s necessary to understand all of its strengths and weaknesses. This should encompass an analysis of all of the business’s processes, ideally, as well as its customers and its competitors. A SWOT analysis can help improve business operations, identify new opportunities and facilitate success. We develop a strong business strategy by making sure you’ve considered all of your business’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as the opportunities and threats it faces in the marketplace.

Strategic planning

Strategic planning is important to an organisation because it provides a sense of direction and outlines measurable goals. Strategic planning is a tool that is useful for guiding day-to-day decisions and also for evaluating progress and changing approaches to grow and enhance your business.

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What is a Strategic Plan?

A strategic plan is a document used to articulate the business goals, the actions needed to achieve those goals and all of the other critical elements identified during the planning phase. Effective strategic planning also identifies how the business will measure it’s success.

Why plan?

A strategic framework is your map for moving your business to the next  level. Instead of making decisions randomly, you can develop a strategy and define where your business is heading.

Phases in the Strategic Planning & Management process

1) Initial analysis or assessment to determine the current internal and external factors affecting the business
2) Strategy formulation is developed and a strategic plan is documented
3) Strategy implementation to convert the plan into operational action items
4) Evaluation or management phase, evaluation of the results to see can be modified for further improvement.

Marketing Plan Marketing strategies and techniques to help you succeed!

What is a Marketing Plan?

A marketing plan focuses on attracting and retaining customers; it’s strategic, and includes facts, figures and objectives. A good marketing plan articulates the tools and strategies you can use to achieve your sales goals and increase revenue.

Evaluating and understanding your business’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT analysis) will help you to make informed decisions to develop an effective marketing strategy.

Strategies to attract customers

Strategies to attract customers & increase sales

Position yourself as an authority in your industry

Position yourself as an authority in your industry

Discover target audiences who have disposable income

Discover target audiences who have disposable income

Maximise returns on your advertising dollars

Maximise returns on your advertising dollars

Compliance Plan A formal compliance framework comprises of various structures, policies, procedures and systems that collectively are designed to ensure compliance with legislation, regulators, industry bodies etc.

POLICIES

POLICIES

STANDARDS

STANDARDS

PROCEDURES

PROCEDURES

CODE OF CONDUCT

CODE OF CONDUCT

Why do I need a Compliance Plan?

A compliance plan is a formal statement of an organisations intention to conduct itself ethically in regard to business operations, government legislation and regulations, codes or organisational standards and customer service. The purpose of a formal compliance plan is to provide a blueprint for the compliance program and how to accomplish the defined goals as well as to encourage employees to conduct themselves ethically and report unethical conduct.  A good plan can help to identify, prevent and manage compliance breaches.

The plan should promote a culture of compliance within the organisation.

Operational Plan An Operational Plan presents highly detailed information specifically to direct people to perform the day-to-day tasks required in the running of the organisation.

What is an Operational Plan?

An Operational Plan is to guide management and staff in carrying out their everyday work. The Operational Plan provides the what, who, when and how much:

• what – the strategies and tasks that must be completed
• who – those who have responsibility of each of the strategies/tasks
• when – the timelines in which strategies/tasks must be completed
• how much – the amount of financial resource provided to complete each strategy/task.

Human Resources

Human Resources

Setting Timelines

Setting Timelines

Financial Resources

Financial Resources

Performance Indicators

Performance Indicators

Customer Management Plan (CMP) A CMP is a key component of running your business; it describes how your team should deal with customers and provides a strategy for developing customer relationships.

SERVICE

SERVICE

RESPECT

RESPECT

COMMUNICATION

COMMUNICATION

LOYALTY

LOYALTY

Why do I need a CMP?

It’s important to define employee conduct and strategies for handling customer inquiries and complaints in a manner that is easy for your team to understand. The CMP also articulates strategies to foster a respectful, strong and profitable relationship with customers. It should define how to manage customers when problems or questions present and allow for improvement and adaptation as a result of periodic reviews.

Consultants Our expert team

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Risk and Strategy

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