Strategic Business Plans – identifying what steps you need to achieve your vision.
A strategic business plan provides you with a comprehensive analysis that examines all aspects of your business. Your strategic business plan assesses current activities, future opportunities, operational requirements and the vision you want to achieve.
We examine costs, processes and policies, to identify the best business models and strategic directions that will achieve your goals.
As a dynamic and innovative marketing agency, we consider not only cost savings and efficiency improvements, but also revenue opportunities that will result in the ongoing growth of your business.
Our strategic business plans provide you with measurable and actionable outcomes. Our approach ensures you are able to evaluate activities and assess performance.
Do I need a business plan?
Every business and not-for-profit organisation should have a strategic business plan.
A strategic business plan is more than a prospectus that is required to secure or entice investors. It is a working document that serves as a guide to growing and developing your business.
A strategic business plan can also assist your staff and stakeholders in understanding and supporting your vision, while providing clarity on your future direction.
Furthermore a strategic business plan enables you to measure outcomes, and ensure your business is growing the way you want.
We find that our strategic business plans are best suited for:
- New businesses wanting to establish a clear direction for future success;
- Social enterprises that want to gain insight into the viability of their offering, and develop models that will ensure sustainability;
- Established businesses that want to review their strategies and operations, to reduce costs and uncover new opportunities;
- Existing not-for-profit organisations or social enterprises that need to review their strategies and operations to ensure they remain viable and relevant into the future; and
- Local councils wanting to establish priorities over a council term.
A strategic business plan identifies your goals and evaluates your operations and strategy. A marketing plan considers how to use the right tools to achieve these outcomes. A marketing plan considers how to use the right tools to achieve these outcomes.