The fundamental question that we always ask any business operator is “do you have a viable business?”
This can be a tough question for business owners as often times it may mean a direct and confrontational conversation with a long standing client.
To have a viable business, the business’ current and future positions need to be considered. Sadly, we consistently see business owners solve immediate issues to allow the business to continue operating for the short period, but not consider the long-term impact. Consequently these decisions only add to the worsening of the business’ position.
If there are structural or economic issues, then it may be that the business may need to be closed or severely curtailed. Equally if the problem has been caused due to an abnormality, then it may be beneficial to restructure the core business.
C&D can assist you by working closely with our professional partners to analyse your business’ overall business and put forward solutions not only to improve the business’ short-term position but to ensure the business’ long-term viability.
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