Look for the Starving CrowdsThink about it. Without real customer demand, your wonderful product won’t make you a nickel.
The best way to find your starving crowd is to think small, narrow your focus and define your own market. This should be your own area of specialization; where you have the most to offer, are the most credible, and/or have the best chance of winning.
Business Assessment. Business model review… Revenues, Cost of Goods, Gross Margin, Operating Expenses, and Profit. Then a quick analysis of the business situation… identifying strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Our ultimate objective here is to uncover the key issues keeping the business from meeting its objectives.
Sales & Marketing Audit. How are you going to meet your revenue projections?
Business Plans. A well-thought out business plan forces you to consider issues and situations you wouldn’t normally think about; in a sense, writing a business plan becomes a structured method of discovery. We can review your plan and make recommendation, help you with a rewrite or work with you to create a brand new plan.