ARE YOU STILL TOO INVOLVED WITH THE DAILY OPERATIONS?
Are you a business owner who is passionate about your particular field but hasn't had training on how to grow, or manage, a business?
We've seen it happen over and over again throughout the past 19 years... You're tired of working for someone else, when you know you can do it better, and decide to branch out and start your own business. A couple of years pass, sales are made, employees are hired, and then you're ready to grow, but there is something you're unable to identify that is keeping you from getting to the next level.
Are you still acting as the central hub with the daily operations?
Are you spending all of your time putting out fires and reinventing the wheel every day? Is there ever enough time for you to focus on growing your business? Usually not because you're still too busy running it.
The owners of Evolving Enterprises have 19 years of experience working with service-based businesses creating more time, improving the overall quality of work life, and steering the company towards growth. Evolving Enterprises is a dedicated team providing clients with simplified solutions using our proven Business Foundation Building Method.
How strong is your businesses foundation?
Do you know what the 5 pillars, and their components, for a strong foundation are?
How can we steer your
company towards growth?
WE'RE DETERMINED TO DISCOVER THE ANSWER
Our strong ethics and business morals drives us to find a viable solution vs. the bandaid approach
"Very positive & committed individual, always in pursuit of a solution to the problem"
- Josh Diffendall,
Business Development Manager of DreamHome Remodeling, Inc.
"Tiffany is transformative. She is highly effective, engaging and inspiring.
- Lyndsey Clutteur Depalma,
Author "What to Expect When Starting a Business"
"Great attitude & work ethic!"
- Nish Patel,
Co-owner of restaurants Southern Hospitality, Magnolia, Scarlett Oak
CASE STUDY: An $8.5 million dollar revenue increase, by implementing focus on Operations
Having just a good sales strategy can only get you so far...
For 14 years, a construction company located in Northern Virginia was unable to get past the 4 million dollar mark, due to a weak foundation.
No definitive roles
No defined departments
No hard lines drawn
Riding the sales rockstar wave (2002-2012)
No operational consistency
Tiffany began working with the company in 2013 and was quickly promoted to Director of Operations to which she developed a solid foundation, and increased sales from 4 million to 12.5 million dollars in revenue.
Clearly defined roles
Identified departments with structure, processes, and specific goals
Looking across the entire organization and not just at sales