Growing your business can be tricky right? What we learned that surprised us was that the overwhelming majority of small business owners do NOT have a growth strategy! They are so busy trying to keep us with or survive in their business that they haven’t spent any time creating and implementing a strategy to grow. We found a direct correlation between businesses that do not plan properly and businesses that struggle or fail. Rarely will you find a business that hasn’t had setbacks or failures. These things are simply part of the life of every business. In fact just being is business is a risk because there are so many variable in every business and market. You become successful by mitigating risk or preferably eliminating the risk all together.
I wasn’t sure if I needed this course until I took it and after I did, I have found it to be a irreplaceable set of tools for growing my businesses. Highly Recommend!
Our advanced GROW course is for startups and companies that are ready to scale globally. Believe it or not a startup and a company with global aspirations has more in common than you think or at least they better if they hope to succeed.
Grow will teach you why growing your business is important. If you are not a growth minded individual we recommend you find a partner who is. Don’t worry we will teach you how to find the ideal partner for your personality type. In fact we take it a step further by giving you access to our proprietary matrix that helps you determine if you have the right team, financing and advisers in place before you grow. A risk aversion tool created and tested in the field over twenty years by our team that works great!
You will learn how to reduce the risk of opening multiple brick and mortar locations. How to create, market and service multiple product lines and finally how to and when to scale. We even created an evaluation tool that helps you determine if you are really ready to expand or scale.
James Cash Penny, JCPenny
“Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together and No company can afford not to move forward. It may be at the top of the heap today but at the bottom of the heap tomorrow, if it doesn’t.”.