So you have a business and business is good. How do you make it better? Successful businesses are always looking for ways to add value by improving their products and services.
Next, how do you scale for growth? This is where we can help. We have the experience and capability to successfully position a business to achieve strategic and sustainable growth.
More often than not, growth can be achieved faster through a strategic partner, merger or acquisition.
Growth can also be achieved organically, one project at a time or one client at a time. For some, this is the safest, lowest cost and lowest risk approach, although not the fastest.
Knowing and understanding the right path to sustainable growth and getting the timing right of when to grow, are critical success factors.
So how do you know when its time to grow your business and what are the signs?
Taking your business to the next level can be an exciting, yet challenging time.
There are many ways to grow your business; through a Merger or acquisition, organically, project by project and hire by hire, or through new technology to create a more robust digital presence.
The question is, how do you know when the time is right to grow your business?
Here are some of the key indicators.
The most successful leaders responsible for driving growth in their organizations, share a common trait; they are deliberate, persistent, and disciplined in the way they go about it. Our team possesses such qualities.
In our experience, there are specific attributes that separate growth leaders from the rest of pack, namely:
Our team comprises senior Project managers, Discipline leads, Engineers, Environmental Scientists, Archeologists, Hydrologists, and Business leaders with decades of experience creating, building, scaling, growing and selling small-medium and large enterprises. We work with a broad range of clients and partners in the following sectors and sub-sectors:
Because each business is different, the ideas of what growth and expansion mean, vary considerably.
Some companies see M&A as the fastest route to expand, others view organic incremental steady growth achieved over a longer period of time, as the way forward, whilst others see Strategic Partnerships and Internal business development as a path to sustainable growth. Some businesses deploy all four approaches. We have experience with each.
Some of our clients deploy an organic incremental growth model to achieving their objectives; growing project by project and hire by hire. For some, this is the safest least risk approach to growth and expansion.
Our program of business development services is uniquely structured and organized around the primary activity of project positioning and procurement. Put simply, we provide the essential project procurement and planning resources to help companies successfully grow their business sustainably. Much of our success in delivering sustainable growth for our clients, has been achieved on a project by project basis.
Strategic incremental wins, delivered over the right time, managing and building resources in the process, has been the benchmark of our success. In our experience, the most successful growth companies taking the organic approach to achieving growth, have been those who see strategic incremental wins as the fulcrum upon which all other activities depend.
Alternatively, if time to market is the priority, a strategic merger and/or acquisition, can leap-frog your business into a whole new market with extraordinary possibilities.
Successful growth and expansion is impossible to achieve in the absence of good decision making. Similarly, it is not impossible to make quality decisions that shape a business using incomplete, inaccurate or unreliable information from a questionable source.
Our team comprises professionals with exceptional capabilities in risk management and decision support. We deploy a proprietary systems, tools and process for assessing, quantifying, and measuring decision quality. These include GO-NO-GO risk opportunity assessment matrix designed to improve and drive decision quality and the deployment of resources needed to support decisions.