Business start up involves the identification of start up costs, registration of the business, cash flow and business planning, plans for raising capital and the development of a business plan, risk review and strategic plan.
A cash flow forecast is a forecast of future cash receipts and cash payments on a monthly or annual basis. It is a common requirement for obtaining bank finance however it is also an essential element of proper planning and business management. Three way forecasts are our speciality.
Business planning is the process of developing a plan to establish a new business or grow an existing entity. Business modelling is the projection of cash flow and the identification of possible changes in order to develop contingency plans.
Assistance with raising capital
Assistance with raising capital is the identification of the need to raise finance within a business and the production of the required supporting documents and working with financiers.
A risk review is a component of a business report that identifies the material risks of that business or business proposal. A risk report forms the basis of the development of preventative and contingency actions to manage the risk.
A strategy review is a growth orientated plan for strategic expansion and the identification of strengths and opportunities in order to increase long term business growth.
Revenue Growth Plans
Revenue growth plans provide a comprehensive strategy to increase the total revenue of your business.
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