Consultancy > Business Plans
- Provide clear instructions
- Set specific objectives
- Forecast the future in order to expand
- Assist with the growth potential of the practice
"Fail to plan is a plan to fail' - We know you've heard this a thousand times, but it's true.
Without a solid business plan in place you are not in complete control of your practice and its destiny. You might get detailed financial reports from your accountant each month, but by the time you get this information it is already out of date – it’s like driving a car and just looking in the rear view mirror. A solid business plan means you are looking forward, you have goals to achieve, you actually know when you have reached these goals and it gives you focus and purpose from a business prospective.
Whether you are planning a new venture or you have been running the same practice for the past 20 years – writing a business plan to control where you want to go over the next 12 months is a liberating and valuable exercise. At IDM we can facilitate such a plan, ask you the right questions and document the process to give you a living breathing plan that will help you achieve your goals.