Whether you are starting up from scratch, in the development phase or an established business with a record of growth, your company will grow more successfully and profitably if you develop, maintain and utilize a strong business plan. Not only will this help you manage your pathway of growth, but anyone providing you with finance will also want to see a well-structured, objective, up to date and realistic business plan.
Planning, attention to detail, anticipation and implementing controlled solutions are all part of the WLP approach to the business plan.
We will help you:
Get to know your market, customers, and competition.
Identify your potential.
Develop a clear vision for your business’s future and explain what you need to do to make it happen.
Structure your team and operational resources appropriately.
Develop a practical and realistic plan.
Review and update it continuously.
Recognize barriers to growth and develop strategies for overcoming them.
A leading national charity was operating a number of facilities to assist and support its Community Programmes in a major provincial city. These included a charity shop, coffee shop and day centre, which were required to be financially self-sufficient but were under-performing and proving a burden rather than a benefit. WLP were engaged to conduct
A lot of companies seem to think that because they have a business plan, they are on the right path. It’s good that you have business plan in place, but it also requires action. It is no good neglecting the plan as the company will begin to lose focus. A month ago I received a call from a
A successful property sales negotiator, wished to obtain finance for a new estate agency operating in a select area of the Country. We guided him through detailed research of his target market and then helped him devise a comprehensive, practical business plan complete with personnel and resource requirement, marketing plan, budgets, P&L and cash-flow forecasts,