Whether you are a new startup or an established business, you are undoubtedly harnessing the power of all available tools to operate, manage and run your business.
By simplifying and streamlining certain aspects, it allows you to focus more of your time and energy on growth.
As part of our flagship programme, The Breakthrough Challenge, every entrepreneur is equipped with tools that help s/he break them to the next level in their business and life!
Below are a list of free resources we have prepared for our entrepreneurs as they go through The Breakthrough Challenge with our founder, Hiten Keshave.
This is a fundamental visionary tool that helps you better understand WHY you need to achieve WHAT you need to achieve in the short term. This can be used for both personal and business aspects.
Business Model Canvas
The business model canvas is a shared language for describing, visualizing, assessing and changing business models. It describes the rationale of how an organization creates, delivers and captures value.
Want to protect the financial health of your small business? You need a business budget. In the resource kit, you will be provided with an interactive tool that will help you create your business budget.
Cash flow is defined as the amount of money entering and leaving your business over a given period of time. Cash flow is important because it enables you to meet your existing financial obligations as well as plan for the future.
How you sell is as important as what you sell. You can have a great product and a poor go-to-market strategy plan that leads to your customers not engaging with your product or much worse, not even knowing it exists. This tool will sort all these challenges out in one go.
Porter’s 5 Forces Strategy
Porter’s Five Forces is a framework for analyzing a company’s competitive environment. The number and power of a company’s competitive rivals, potential new market entrants, suppliers, customers, and substitute products influence a company’s profitability.
The Mendelow Matrix Tool
Mendelow’s Matrix is a tool that is used to analyse stakeholders and their attitudes. This will consider factors such as the level of interest a stakeholder has in a project or organization’s chosen strategies and whether are they likely to use their power to influence this.
Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats is a framework used to evaluate a company’s competitive position and to develop strategic planning. SWOT analysis assesses internal and external factors, as well as current and future potential.
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