Are you a small business owner who has questions about entrepreneurship?
Whether you have just started or acquired your own business or have years of experience under your belt, you sometimes need a second opinion or guidance with a particular area of your business. For every business owner, at least one part of their business is a challenge – marketing, for example, or finance. With decades of entrepreneurial experience, Aaron can work with you on virtually any questions you have as a small business owner. No problem is too large or small – whether you need a quick logo designed or a complete financial overhaul, he can work with you to find the right solution.
If you are an owner operator and want to become an absentee owner, you probably have a number of questions about the viability of your plan and the practical steps you need to take to fulfill your dream. Aaron can help you assess your prospects and work with you to create a plan of attack. He can help you figure out whether becoming an absentee owner is viable, how long the process will take, how realistic your expectations are, specific ways to solve your frustrations with your business, and what you can do to become an absentee owner. Before you make the jump, find out what conversion entails and whether it is advisable for you at this time.
From printed flyers to search engine optimization, Aaron will help you determine the most effective and affordable way for your company or organization to market to potential customers. More importantly, he will teach you how to market and advertise for your company over the long haul. Aaron can help you devise a multi-pronged approach to publicizing your services on social media, through e-mail campaigns, in flyers, and via press releases. Whether you want your company to rank first in Google’s organic searches or need an effective press release, we can offer advice on what to do and direct assistance with ad campaigns if you desire. Who is your target audience and how can you best retain or reach them? Let Aaron help you figure out the answers to these questions.
Operations and systems are an oft-overlooked but essential part of any business. Many small businesses try to do things on the fly, but unless you have planned operations set up for how your business is run and adequate physical systems like phones and computers, your business will never be able to grow. Operations covers customer service, sales, collections, organization, infrastructure, and work flow management. If you have set up a way to execute each component of these general areas, you can consistently offer a superlative experience to your clients. Both your employees and your customers will always know what to expect.
It should be obvious to any entrepreneur that you have to understand your finances to succeed, but many are so intimidated by the concept that they neglect to monitor what is happening financially. Our team can show you what you need to understand about your finances. Profit and loss, the balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows are three critical documents that every business owner needs to understand and review regularly. Aaron will go over each line by line with you and discuss how they relate to each other and what you need to watch month by month, quarter by quarter, and year by year.
Managing employees is so challenging that some small business owners refuse to deal with it and run every aspect of their business themselves. Don’t limit your company in this way. If you attract, hire, and retain the right employees, your business can flourish and grow and you can reduce your personal responsibility. We can help you find the best ways to recruit people, figure out what to pay them, and devise training to maximize their efficiency. Having the right attitude toward your employees enables you to trust other people to help build your business and make it work smoothly.
Corporate mergers and acquisitions take place when corporations seek to increase their competitive advantage by acquiring or merging with other companies. Typically, this occurs when a firm wants to increase market power, overcome entry barriers, increase the time to market of a given product, learn and develop new capabilities, or diversify. Our team works with you to assess both whether you should take this step and how to go forward if you do.
To make the most of your business assets, you need an expert evaluation of both your property and the current market. We can advise you on how to make the most from a potential sale – whether that means putting it on the market sooner rather than later or how to calculate your assets. The purpose is simple – determine your building’s value in today’s market and time your sale precisely. We work on property ranging from office buildings and retail space to shopping centers and strip malls. We assess all aspects of your business, from customer satisfaction to physical location.
Essentially, successorship defines who gets the business and all its elements (assets, liabilities, and more) when you move on from ownership. We will help you learn how to sell or pass a business to someone else, including the proper methods for dealing with paperwork, accounting, employee contracts, and client information.