A written business model is your plan for prosperity
How do you provide value? What is your plan to achieve your business goals? Have you made it easy for people to buy from you?
Ensure you are running your business and it is not running you with a defined business model.
We will work on:
- Your product
- Your Clients
- Your Competition
- Your Sales
- Your Leadership
Half day: $1320 + $40 per person
3 Sessions: $2640 + $40 per person
Or $220 an hour
What my clients are saying...
What I find extremely helpful, is the customized solution you have provided. Instead of putting us through a standard one size fits all program, you are helping us work on the aspects that are most important to us. This allows us to focus on the areas that generate the most cash flow, while tweaking more long-term goals. This is key to us as a young company.
- Jay Hobdy, Gotcha Security
My thoughts on Business Models...
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