Why partner with a business adviser?
If you struggle with aspects of planning your business, leading your team, identifying growth opportunities or focusing on an exit plan, talk to Henchards.
We bring ideas, support, structure, questions, personal guidance, experience and energy needed to help you drive your business forward with your end goals in sight.
It’s all about relationship
Since Henchards began working with business owners back in 2003, we’ve developed a range of trusted techniques and processes. These structured methodologies have been proven to work in a wide variety of businesses, time and time again.
That’s not to say we take a cookie-cutter approach to your business. We don’t. Our tools and processes are flexible, and we’ll tailor our approach to match your needs. We can do this because we spend time getting to know your business – and you. In other words, we’re as invested in your personal ambitions as we are in your business goals.
What does this mean in practice? It depends on what stage your business is at, but we’ll typically run an in-depth ‘business review session’ to ascertain where you are now, a ‘futures session’ to determine where you want to be and where the business needs to be to meet those goals and a ‘goals and planning session’ to agree priorities and plans. After that, we’ll continue to work with you to measure, review, adjust, and celebrate your achievements.
Building successful businesses
Over the years, we’ve developed a track record of working with lots of different businesses, particularly agencies, consultancies and technical service providers. We’ll work alongside you to help solve your challenges, relish opportunities, add to your core strengths and stimulate new and exciting ways to run your business now and in the future.
Henchards works with company owners typically running a business with a £1m+ turnover per annum across Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Berkshire and London. Talk to us about getting the business advice you need.
If someone wants to buy your business, it’s good news isn’t it? In principle, yes! But bear in mind the deal isn’t done until the contract is signed. So take a breather and consider what an approach to buy your business actually means – it may be the best thing that could happen or it could be a huge disappointment if a sale doesn’t materialise or your business is worth less than you thought (in short, if the outcome isn’t as you expected it to be).
We have talked to other business owners and they are taken aback that we forecast our revenues, costs and cash flow
We’ve written a number of guides on selected business subjects that will set you and your business in good stead for whatever future you may choose.
These are free for you to download and to make use of in your business, so please help yourself.