Business Development & Review

Aimed mainly at smaller enterprises in the early stages of development, BusinessLinc works with you to to formulate and execute plans to develop your business/organisation in a controlled but ambitious way.

This is not designed to be a consultancy service in the generally accepted sense, but a refreshing blend of ideas, advice and hands-on practical support – delivered either on- or off-site [or a mix of both] for as long as is needed.

This type of service can also be useful if you’re an established businesses seeking or preparing for expansion, or perhaps feeling that you’re losing impact in today’s complex marketplace and keen to rejuvenate your offering/approach.

Planning for growth covers key areas including:

  • Funding
  • Premises
  • Staffing
  • Product/service analysis
  • Competitor analysis
  • SWOT analysis
  • Marketing
  • Sales channels/go to market
  • Customer relationship management
  • Supplier analysis
  • Procurement/cost reduction opportunities

Business Review

There comes a time in the life of every business when it’s appropriate to consider doing things differently. It doesn’t mean that you’re necessarily doing things wrong, it just means that you’ve recognised that change is needed to improve efficiency, increase productivity, reduce complexity, or cut expenditure – all factors which will ultimately result in greater profit or – equally importantly – more time to spend with family and friends!

BusinessLinc provides support to SMEs and organisations in identifying where business improvements and changes can be made. We work with you to review, develop, and implement plans and procedures that will not only improve productivity but also ensure that your business can continue to run as effectively and efficiently whether you are there or not.

There are many areas within a business where improvement and change can be made that will ultimately improve productivity, reduce cost and waste, and increase revenue. We’re not necessarily talking about major changes, as it has been proven that in businesses – in common with many aspects of life – small changes can often result in disproportionately large gains over a period of time.

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