That means we start every relationship by listening. Some business owners may know exactly what help they need and have a clear aim in mind, and in those cases, we map out a tailored strategy to reach those goals. But there are also those who need a new perspective, so we help you find clarity on what matters most.
Strong client relationships
We spend time really getting to know your business, building up long-term relationships with the aim of becoming a trusted part of your team. We believe this is the only way to genuinely engage with clients, because by making sure we are always up-to-speed on your progress and goals, we can give you truly focused support. And of course, because we monitor your performance closely, we are fleet-footed enough to offer immediate, targeted advice without wasting valuable time reacquainting ourselves with your operation.
Proven business tools
We certainly don’t try to enforce the same pre-designed template on every client. We use a variety of tools and processes – from structured business diagnostics to performance-tracking dashboards – choosing only the ones that match your requirements to help you grow your business effectively.
These tools are important, because they allow us to apply proven techniques that have been informed by the latest business thinking. They also allow you to track your progress, so you are able to measure your success and see tangible results.
A talented pool of experts
But tools and processes are only part of the story. Once we start working together, you get access to a wealth of expertise. After more than a decade in the industry, we have developed an extensive network of specialists we can bring in to deliver high-quality support for everything from sales and marketing, to accounting and HR.
At Henchards, we’ve got everything covered, so give us a call today on 01276 858199 and find out how we can help you.
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Good practice tells us we should have business continuity plans so that in the event of some problem affecting the business we can continue trading with as little impact as possible.
One of the scenarios in a good business continuity plan is to assess the consequences and mitigate the negative effects of key people being unavailable – including the business owner(s). For a small to medium size business one of the critical points of failure is the owner. Take them out of the operation, even for a short time, and the impact can be severe and sometimes long-lasting.
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.