C.O.R.E. Business Growth Workshops

C.O.R.E. Business Growth Workshops

Business CPR—How to Get More Cash, Profits, and Revenue

(In 90 Days)

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Are you losing sleep because your business isn’t growing?

Do you need greater financial stability for your business and your family?

Imagine what your business and life would be like if you had:
  • More qualified prospects
  • More customers
  • More sales
  • More profits
  • More cash
Business CPR—How to Get More Cash, Profits, and Revenue (In 90 Days)
 
When: To Be Announced
Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm (Check-in 11:15)
Where: Hickory Tavern Carrboro, 370 E. Main St., Carrboro, NC
Cost: Free
Lunch: Not included (Individual orders will be taken by Hickory Tavern at beginning of event.)
Seating is limited! Registration required!
 

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C.O.R.E. Growth

start-up-emerging-businessGrowth is about making strategic and thoughtful changes to meet opportunities. Growth requires your organization to add capacity, identify new opportunities, acquire new customers, and stop doing things that have not been working. Growth requires that you answer these key questions:

  • Where do your profits come from?
  • What lines of business can grow?
  • Did you leave money on the table?
  • Was there a customer not served or who could have had more support?
  • Which customers are the best for you?
  • How much capacity do you have?
  • Where are the next opportunities?

Answering these questions tells you where you start, then you must define where you want to go. You must define C-P-R(Cash-Revenue-Profits) goals, and analyze your current resources. It’s essential to know how your resources are deployed, and if you need more – or different – resources.

Growth needs to be guided, and at times restrained, to keep your organization healthy as it grows. Unfortunately, many organizations fail when they have the most growth potential, because growth takes cash. Having the right level of capital and other resources is the make or break for a growing organization. Is your growth going to fuel success or push you to the edge of failure?

Strategic Growth programs guide organizations through the process of restructuring, expanding, and redeploying existing resources to maximum potential while pursuing new resources that enable growth.

 

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