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Beech House Projects :Ltd

Contact: DavidJC
Address: 35, Vermont Drive, East Preston, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN161LG
T: 01902412147 | M: 07780604755
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General Business and Finance Adviser, non executive director

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Contact: Nass

Address: 7-8 Sterling Buildings, First Floor, Carfax, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1DR.

Tel: 01403 331368
Mob: 07946284256
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Growth is a big concern for small businesses. It is something that many small business owners find hard to achieve. Putting a detailed business strategy in place is a vital first step towards growth. But not enough small business owners today create – or maintain - a detailed plan. It is essential, and can often be used as a vital sanity check. One of the biggest barriers to small business growth is an inability to take time out to work on - not just in - their business. Small business owners do not regularly set aside time to work on their business strategy. Not having enough time to strategise is considered a bigger barrier even than the current economic environment to growth. Many small business owners say that not having the time to step back from the day to day running of their business to focus on longer-term strategy, is a barrier to growth. One of the best ways to create effective strategies – and, vitally, to ensure you take the necessary time out to do so - is to take professional advice. ‘In my dealings with Nasser, I have found his business knowledge, help and experience to be invaluable. Add this to his wonderfully relaxed and friendly manner and you have a true professional who is totally competent, trustworthy and reliable. He has certainly been a great asset to my business and I have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending him.’ Graham Youd Director

I work with SME’s from start up to turnover of less than £10m.  Taking time out to create and action a strong, detailed strategy appears to be a key path to small business growth. For small business owners, good professional advice can offer the most effective way to devise - and maintain – such a strategy. The first step is recognising the importance of spending time working on - not in - your business.

Growing the revenue top line
Being tough & ruthless on costs, where necessary
Refining & redefining sales and marketing initiatives
Identifying business inefficiencies & eradicating them
Streamlining the business approach
Cash/Capital raising through the Funding Circle; Private Finance; Business Angels
Preparing the owners to take more dividends out of the business whilst not putting the business at risk
Preparing the stakeholders to ready their business for sale or earn out or Management Buy Out (MBO)
Preparing owners for their final exit plan

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