Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning


When it comes to business growth, it can be overwhelming to not know what to focus on first. In this exciting session, we’ll walk you through the Strategic Planning process, showing you how to capture and prioritize your goals into a final 1-year plan for you and your team to execute.

One of the first steps of successfully growing your business is to streamline objectives into manageable goals for the next 30, 90, and 365 days. Additionally, knowing what stage of development your business is in and what key areas to focus on helps to prioritize goals. This session will cover the different stages that a business goes through during its life.

In this session, you will:

  • Learn the stages of business development
  • Identify what stage your business is in
  • Learn about what problems are normal and abnormal at each stage
  • Learn about the opportunities to focus on at each stage for growth
  • Learn about the power of vision and niche
  • Learn the areas of focus in any business and what to focus on within each stage
  • Create a road map to grow and build your business
  • Design a 1-3 year strategic plan for your business
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