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Got a Great Idea for a Business?


Bring it to Life through a New Venture Development Assessment with the Botany Bay BEC.



Can you make your idea work?
 
  • Does it solve a real customer problem?
  • Is your value proposition compelling?
  • Do you have the right pitch?
  • Can you explain the value you deliver?
  • Do you have a plan to get enough of the right customers?
This structured 90 minute session and incisive follow-up report will give you the confidence and insights needed to get your new venture off to the best start.  

Our Process works through the 5 Cs of what it takes to succeed in business.
 
Key Features
 
The BEC business diagnostic process gives you:
  • A deep dive diagnostic process that provides insights into the nine (9) core elements of your business, Including:
              - business idea
              - analysis of your current progress
              - strength of value proposition
              - financial foundations
              - scaling and sale potential
 
  • Direct and tailored feedback from an expert in small business development and growth. 
  • Timeline of major business development steps. 
  • A detailed report outlining key areas to focus on for optimum results.
 Let us work with you to ensure that in the next 6 months, you focus on the right things that will take your business to the next level.
 
 With the BEC you will get real results
  
Key benefits you will receive:
 
  • A road map to take you towards your business goals. 
  • A better understanding of your business strengths and weaknesses enabling you to pitch better and win more business. 
  • A list of clearly defined priority actions to improve, grow and develop your business. 
  • Gained personal insights that will help you develop your business acumen and your personal confidence.

Cost is $330 including gst
 
Call us on 02 9316 5877 or email bizinfo@botanybec.com.au to book your session today.








 

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New businesses become customers of other businesses thereby generating economic growth.