Our business advisory services are customized to meet your needs. Depending on the goals of your business, your business advisor may suggest several different tactics to help make your operations more profitable. For instance, an entrepreneur who wants to attract investors will need a different focus from their advisor compared to an entrepreneur who’s trying to add more products to their offerings.

Cash flow forecasting

One of the most common tools your small-business advisor will reference is a cash flow forecast. This tool helps you and your strategy team understand what could happen to your cash flow in the future based on the decisions you make today.

Budget-to-actual reporting

Once a plan is in place, you’ll want to know how well you’re tracking to it. We all know how vital budgets are, but they don’t always get used. Your advisor can help get your budget in place and then analyze your company’s performance against it.

Break-even analysis

For businesses on the verge of a cash crunch, knowing break-even points is crucial. Your sales and production teams must know how much work they have to deliver to keep the bills paid. Every business faces hard times, and if that ever happens to you, your advisor can help you dig deep and control the excess.

Debt planning and reduction

If debt is a part of your growth strategy, your advisor will help you optimize your liabilities so that they support you in your goal. If you have debt because your company has seen hard times, then we need to create a reduction plan for getting your company back on top.