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Breaking the Growth Barrier


The old adage "If you're not growing, you're dying." has never been truer than in today's hyper-competitive marketplace. Companies of all sizes, particularly those in the small to middle markets, are faced with a constant struggle to overcome issues that limit their ability to grow profitably.

Below you'll find a few examples of how we've successfully faced many of these issues with our clients:


It’s About Relationships 

Arguably, selling professional services is about building and maintaining relationships.  Firms live or die based on the strength of those relationships and on how well they are managed.  The days of the “I have my Rolodex and you have yours.” attitude toward client relationship management are over.  Cutting edge firms who have become our clients understand the power of implementing thoughtful, effective strategies designed to nurture client and prospect relationships through the entire development cycle.              >>>more


Defeating the "Seller/Doer" Cycle 

It is a universal truth that the cultural “Seller/Doer” model that exists in most professional service firms creates an ebb and flow of work that has become accepted as part of the game.  Firms that can defeat this cycle benefit in a number of ways, not the least of which is a measurable increase in utilization rates and higher customer satisfaction.      >>>more


Tap Into New Markets/Introduce New Services

Innovation and the ability to direct a firm’s resources on developing, refining and delivering new services and products is fueled by the ability to focus.  The constant push at most professional service firms towards generating billable hours and pushing utilization rates upward can result in a firm’s inability to produce fresh ideas or service offerings.  Our services can be applied to the development of new markets or the introduction of new services and products.            >>>more

 


Establishing a Beach Head in the US

Emerging growth companies from foreign markets can be overwhelmed and under-manned when it comes to establishing a presence in the US.        >>>more

 

 

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