You've got your product or service, you know there's a market for it, now let's get you set up so the market comes to you and those profits aren't far behind!
One of the first steps to creating a business *should be* creating a business plan. But we know that writing a document about the future of your business that's not even off the ground yet can not only be intimidating, but also confusing to do. We help new businesses write business plans that can help bring funding, timelines or even just structure to the budding business when they need it the most.
If your business is not online, does it even exist in today's world?
Rather than contemplate that question we'd prefer to build your [online] brand for you! Our graphic designer has over 15 years' experience in creating visual masterpieces, and your logo should be one of them. From there, we use the visual cues of the logo and the voice of your company to create a website, google business, and social media presence that work together to make your business too real to ignore!
Business growing a little too quickly, and you're losing site of who your audience is? Or was the logo and website that you created fine for a business in its infancy, but you're ready for an upgrade? Maybe you're finding there's huge value in social media marketing, but can't keep up?
No matter the marketing or public relations need, we've got you covered.
For clients looking to physically expand to new offices or areas, we research potential areas to move into and recommend locations that match your budget and branding. For virtual businesses, we conduct market research and provide recommendations on areas of virtual expansion for the best return on investment (ROI).
This service includes a full review of internal processes and recommends how to streamline them. Results often include automating through use of technology (plot twist, we can build those automations, too). Basic deliverables include a recommendation, ROI, prioritized timeline, budget, and projected cost savings.
Sometimes our great leaders in start-ups are too close to the action to be able to see the best path, or they're too far from the people in the weeds to be able to identify areas of improvement. We've had years of advising C-Suite level leadership on a variety of subjects and would be happy to help.