Business Plans

There is no such thing as a ‘one-size-fits-all’ business plan. Your product lines, your staff, your closest competitors and your business networks make your situation unique, which means your business plan needs to be specific to you.

Not only does your business plan need to be specific, it needs to be current. Maybe you had a solid business plan in place, and it served you well – but that was then, and this is now. The world is changing faster than ever, and there’s no guarantee that what worked last year will work again this year.

Ideally, you should also include a succession or exit plan strategy in your initial business plan.  Highvale is not a financial advisor, but is well placed as a business intermediary to provide a conduit to qualified CPA’s and Finance Brokers to secure advice about different strategies available to maximize the value of the business and transitioning into financial freedom and peace of mind.

Highvale will call on a wealth of experience working with small and medium enterprises to help you formulate a rock-solid sales and marketing strategy tailored to your situation and your vision for the future. Let us help you:

  • Leverage Strengths – build on those things that make your product, and your company, great!
  • Reduce Weaknesses – identify and shore up any areas that are reducing your efficiency, marketability, productivity or morale.
  • Maximise Opportunities – find new avenues for your product lines, connect you with the right people, and explore new lines of business through detailed and comprehensive market research.
  • Minimise Threats – steer you around common pitfalls and traps, identify the dead-ends and ineffective strategies we’ve already stumbled up against ourselves, and help you deal with competitors and business rivals.

SWOT analysis, strength, weakness, opportunity, and threat words