Amy Lee

April 20, 2023

10 Simple, Cost Saving Ways to Make Your Office Eco – Friendly

As a Small Business Owner, we all want to have a happy and healthy company financially .
July 13, 2022

A Good Business Plan Should Always Have an Eye Towards an Exit Plan

Exit Planning is often overlooked until an owner decides to sell or even shut down their business. However, it is important that the short and long-term goals and objectives that drive your annual business planning aligns well with the business direction you require in order to achieve your Exit Plan or Strategy.
June 13, 2022

Manufacturing Business Growth: The Powerful Benefit of First Pass Yield Improvement

Increasing your Businesses’ Sales or Top Line need not be your only or even primary improvement priority. For many businesses it may be wise to consider focusing on Net Profit or Bottom Line growth through improved efficiencies, yield and cost of sales.
April 13, 2022

How Can Short Term Business Forecasting Help Your Business?

Improve the predictability of your business. Are you a small business owner looking to grow? Are you considering expanding into new markets or adding new products or services? Do you want to improve your business’ profitability?

March 15, 2022

Lean Business Planning, the Foundation of a Formal Business Plan

A Lean Business Plan can quickly put your business on a path towards improved and predictable short-term results. Business Planning may appear to be a daunting and painful process which can be challenging, uncomfortable and scary.

March 3, 2022

Why Call Beacon Business Advisors to Help You With Your Business?

As a business owner, you wear many hats and sometimes running a business can feel very isolating. Most business owners are always looking for advice on how to grow their business but advice found online or other sources may not relate directly to your business, your own unique business.

September 29, 2021

In Search of the New Normal

Why a Business Plan is important for your small business.
Today’s small business owners find themselves navigating unprecedented and unchartered business waters.  The Global Covid Pandemic (“GCP”) caught most businesses by surprise and created unplanned business, economic and political conditions.