Management consulting with focus on Spain
Accounting is something that every business needs, no matter how large or small. We help you getting the right accounting suitable for your business.
We help businesses to develop a good strategic advertising campaign.
We have good business sense and do well as a business consultants.
With more and more people finding themselves victims of a corporate downsizing, there is a need for career counseling. We help guiding our clients into a profession or job that will help them be both happy and productive.
We are helping communities to better communicate with each other, which ultimately makes the business more efficient and operate smoothly.
Business editorial services:
From producing newsletters to corporate annual reports. Our expertise in the editorial field will always be appreciated.
We help identifying the right resource for your business. We are that kind of people who enjoy finding talent.
Business & private insurance:
Everyone needs insurance, and everyone needs an insurance consultant to help them find the best plan and pricing for their business.
We help businesses write a marketing plan including our ideas for promoting your business.
Everyone needs to get paid. By using our knowledge and expertise in payroll management, we can provide this service.
Public relations consulting:
Getting good press coverage for any organization is a real art. Our goal is to grow with your business.
We usually helps new ventures when they are ready to launch a new newspaper, magazine, newsletter and even websites and electronic newsletters.
As tax consultants we advises businesses on the legal methods to pay the least amount of tax possible.
Business writing services:
Anything related to the written word will always be needed. Content is King in many ways.
Management Consulting is about the right questions:
You cannot be an effective business if you don’t bring value to the market. Be relentless in improving your skill. You become more in-demand and can control your prices based on knowledge and expertise.What is your level?
An expert is defined as having 10,000 hours of experience with the topic they claim as their expertise. If you use a traditional 40-hour workweek as your ruler, that means you need at least 5 years’ full time experience with your small business topic in order to call yourself an expert.
The Big WHY?
Before you get down to the nitty-gritty of designing your business and getting clients, figure out why you want the change. What is your motivation? Knowing this will keep you going when you hit the inevitable speed bumps along the way to building your business and serving your clients.
Determine what “success” looks like for YOU!
Keep your eye on the target. The definition of success differs from person to person. Take some time to visualize all the ways that will manifest that in your personal and professional life.
What is your business plan
What legal format you’ll use, what are your mission and vision statements. Think about your offerings, your pricing and profit models. Include the resources you will need to succeed. How is it with money, time, skills/knowledge, equipment, and people resources. Set goals and milestones for the next 1 year, 3 years and 5 years.
There are many businesses out there. How will you be remarkable and stand out from the crowd? How will you connect with your audience and build rapport and trust? How will you combine traditional and internet marketing? Which of all available techniques will bring the best results? How much will you invest in marketing (in both time and money)? What are the goals of your marketing?Coaching skills
We are working with human beings who have their own set of strengths and weaknesses. Learn deep listening skills and how to ask meaningful questions to get clarity and provide focus. You are accountable for your own actions.
What is your focus or niche
Determine if your specialty requires you to have a license or certification (financial and tax advisors, legal advisors, insurance advisors). Do you focus on a small topic area, or are you an expert who can help clients with their challenges and projects? Do you work with a particular business? Do you work only with local clients, or will your business be national/international?
Identify low hanging fruits
Have you formulate a strategy to define and find your low haning fruits having the best ROI?