Small Business

We Are Your G.U.I.D.E.

G.U.I.D.E. – Gain Understanding Intuitively Designing Expansion ​

 We first look to gain understanding by listening to your why. ​
 This may have changed over time since you first created your mission statement. Once we have clarity and have narrowed down your vision to its most basic components, we then can design, or reconfigure your processes to have a more intuitive system. ​ Our team works with maximizing your plans, strategy, and execution with the G.R.O.W.L. methodology.

G: Gross Margin
R: Revenue Model
O: Operating Model
W: Working Capital
L: Loans Financing

Gross Margin

 A company’s net sales revenue minus its cost of goods sold (COGS). 

In other words, it is the sales revenue a company retains after incurring the direct costs associated with producing the goods it sells, and the services it provides. 

The higher the gross margin, the more capital a company retains on each dollar of sales, which it can then use to pay other costs or satisfy debt obligations. 

The net sales figure is simply gross revenue, less the returns, allowances, and discounts.

Revenue Model

A framework for generating financial income.

 It identifies which revenue source to pursue, what value to offer, how to price the value, and who pays for the value. It is a key component of a company’s business model.

 It primarily identifies what product or service will be created in order to generate revenues and the ways in which the product or service will be sold.

Operating Model

Describes the way an organization does business today – the as-is. 

It can also communicate the vision of how an operation will work in the future – the to-be. 

In this context, it is often referred to as the target operating model, which is a view of the operating at a future point in time.

Working Capital

Also known as net working capital (NWC).

It is the difference between a company’s current assets, such as cash, accounts receivable (customers’ unpaid bills), and inventories of raw materials and finished goods, and its current liabilities, such as accounts payable.

Loans Financing

 Based on your business type we explore unsecured credit, the many types of grants, and loans for starting and expanding your business with a combination of forgivable funding types.

This is paramount for handling disasters, importing, and exporting goods,