Business Case Studies Inspiration and What’s Achievable
Wherever your business is now, some other business has been there before and grown through your current position.
If another business can, there’s no reason for your business to stay where it is. All you need is the right knowledge of where to tap into your own business’ growth opportunities.
Going to the next level, whatever that is, may seem challenging, but there’s always a way to get there – quickly and efficiently.
On this page you may find some inspiration from business owners who weren’t happy with their business. And so they decided to do something about.
You’ll hear about their specific, tangible results in the video not just in their businesses but also in their personal lives.
What could your business achieve, if these businesses achieved these great results?
These are real businesses you can look up online and have websites with their addresses.
What if all of these results were similar to ones your own business could achieve… would that be worthwhile to at least explore?
Introducing Chris – electrical contractor
No. 1 Challenge? Stagnant growth and low profitability
Chris now works a 4 day work and takes two month holidays regularly while his business keep growing smoothly, without him.
Jo & Brad – software development company
No. 1 Challenge? Low Profitability and Cash Levels
Jo and Brad solved their cash flow challenges and feel more fulfilled in their lives.
Alan – powder coating company
No. 1 Challenge? Lack of confidence and clarity to scale his business
Alan enjoys a business where working is optional now. His general manager runs it and he can choose to go to work, holiday or stay home to be with his family.
Milton – plumbing industry
No. 1 Challenge? Poor cash flow and stress
Milton turn stagnation and stress into surplus cash, in a matter of months. Now he doesn’t think about his business any more at home at night or on weekends.
There are some results. The question is, what result would you like to see achieved with your business in 3 to 8 months from now, today?