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If your business requires market research, we provide the services. Market research keeps you informed about your business, market, the industry and the customers you are serving/ intend to serve. A market survey is an important requirement for initiating any successful business. The objective of a market survey is to collect information on various aspects of the business and provide insight into the market dynamics of the product / service / sector. Market  survey is a tool through which businesses can identify target market, new markets, new products/services, new business opportunities. It reduces the risk of investing in any venture/  business risk.

Market survey  comprises of following aspects of the market
1. Consumer Research
2. Current market size of the product,
3. Potential size of the market,
4. Demand & supply
5. Pros and cons of the product in a particular location,
6. Product applications in various fields,
7. Competition (including product & services, market share, current customers, positioning and promotion strategies, partnerships/alliances/distributors etc)
8. Potential competitors
9. Market trends

Feasibility study will include estimation of cost of production, working results, cash flow and balance sheet statement, depreciation, funding structure, interest, financial ratios, key financial indicators, implementation schedule, assumptions for that particular project. This report becomes the benchmark for the business for future prospects.

The project report will contain following sections

1. Management / Organisatio
2. Details of service/ product
3. Marketing
4. Competition
5. Details of raw materials
6. Manpower requirement
7. Operation/Production
8. Details of plant and machinery in case of production oriented units
9. Details of finance
10. Management / Organisation
11. Key financial indicators 

Management consulting services is a practice of helping organizations improve their performance  through the analysis of existing business problems and development of plans for improvement. We do in depth analysis of current process to identify weak areas and bring a fresh perspective to the business process for plugging weak areas. While doing so we encourage internal discussion and  constructive ideas to flow.

Operational Planning Services:

1. Review Firm's Goals and Objectives

2. Business performance evaluation

3. Evaluate Organizational Structure

4. Resource optimization

5. Analyze Internal Operations

6. Assess Strengths and Weaknesses

Financial Management Services:

1. Review/Develop Annual Budget

2. Analysis of  Financial Statements

3. Implementing MIS reporting system

4. Implement Key Performance Indicators (KPI)

Profit Planning Services:

1. Forecasting sales

2. Develop Annual Profit Plan

3. Prepare Break-Even Analysis

4. Cost modeling 

Marketing strategy is a combined result of product, pricing, promotion and place. Marketing strategy services by us will enable businesses to face competition in the market place and achieve  their desired market performance.

We offer advisory services for developing and implementing strategies to expand existing markets and to enter new markets. With deep understanding of how various markets work, marketing strategies suggested by us are simple and customized to meet the requirement of the client.

< We provide services in following areas.

1. Market/Demand Analysis

2.Improving Market Intelligence

3. Entry/Growth Strategy

4. Increasing effectiveness/ competitiveness

5. Location selection 

6.Crystallizing the business goal and marketing goal 

7.Designing a marketing plan 

8.Defining the marketing approach, key performing indexes and success factors 

9.Defining a business differentiator 

10.Identifying resources – team structure and staffing 

11.Helping interview candidates and induct them 

12.Finalizing (basis need) - Creative agency, PR agency, Digital Marketing agency, Media buying agency, Event agency, etc 

13.Allocating budgets and monitoring returns 

14.Defining monitoring mechanism 

15.Conducting reviews 

Every venture should have a business plan. A business plan is the formal written expression of the entrepreneurial vision, describing the strategy and operations of the proposed venture.

The advantages of developing a business plan far outweigh the costs. The purpose of the plan is to enable the top executives of the firm to think about their business in a comprehensive way, to communicate their objectives to individuals who may have a stake in the firm's future, to have a basis for making decisions, and to facilitate the planning process.

We develop detail business plan for new and existing businesses for understanding various parameters of business. While preparing new business plan we consider following aspects

Market : In this section we consider the existing market condition with  respect pricing, trade policy demand for the product, government policy, quality of the product etc      

Finance: We develop detailed financial model for arriving at key financial indicators such as IRR, ROI and NPV to assess  financial viability of the business. To develop financial model we examine the cost of operation , different pricing models, costing of product etc.

Regulatory Requirement: We evaluate the regulatory requirement of the business too for smooth implementation and functioning  of the venture.

Man Power : We analyze the manpower requirement in terms of education, experience  and skill.

Raw material source: Success of any business is depends on identifying reliable source raw material . We identify raw material source for the production.

Business Environment: Evaluating the impact of the environmental influences such as political, economic, technological, socio-demographic  factors that affect your area of business.  

Sustainability is development that meets present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. To respond to this challenge, over the last few years, a wide array of visions and executable actions have been developed based on the principles of the triple bottom line (TBL).

Basically, TBL looks at the economic, environmental, and social dimensions of businesses. Thus, sustainability issues here recognize the importance of businesses to make profit, proactively manage the environment for sustainability, and perform their social function such as job creation in their immediate and extended communities. Sustainability has taken increased importance in the world today as corporations continue to seek to maximize profits while constrained by the limited earth’s resources. There is growing outcry about the depletion of nonrenewable resources and the increased damage that is being done on earth by pollution, deforestation, and incessant demand for earth’s resources that may not be renewable or replenishable. A more responsible approach and alternative to the use of these limited resources is required. World communities have taken the lead by building consciousness about the potential dangers of not effectively planning for the future and also the threat that reckless usage of these resources pose for the future generation and for the future of existence on earth. Business organizations are reacting to this call for sustainability and are increasingly finding out that a focus on sustainability is economic wise and could help them to become more competitive.

Sustainability is about the effective management of nonrenewable and non replenishable natural resources. These resources are limited and critical to maintaining ecological balance. A collective effort is required to balance our socio-economic needs with environmental needs. This could be achieved by re-evaluating policies and actions as to how they affect the environment. Sustainability requires changes in traditional practices of doing things and refocusing ourselves to the needs of the earth. We helps organizations to promote sustainability in achieving social development, environmental protection, and economic development. Sustainability management may help organizations to re-evaluate their policies, processes, programs, and projects in terms of above mentioned baselines. Sustainability helps to facilitate planning, implementing, reviewing, and improving an organization's actions and operations to meet environmental and social goals.

Entrepreneurs requires lot of service for implementing their ideas such as  sourcing of machinery, identifying raw material sources, manpower shortage, scarcity in capital etc. We as a consulting firm, provides support to new business in whole range of service they requires.

We help both service  oriented firms and production oriented firms. We provide  following services to the start ups

1. Feasibility study

2. Development of Business plan/ Project report

3. Helping to raise finance

4. Evaluating regulatory requirements

5. Market Survey

6. Set up organization

7. Hiring people

8. Marketing of the service/ product

9. Distribution of service/ products

10. Marketing strategy

11. Identifying raw material source for production oriented units

12. Identifying source of machinery for production oriented units.

A.Change management -- working with departments, committees and other groups to help them plan and implement significant changes in their organizations such as work reorganization or moves and space changes.

Change management is a set of ideas, strategies, and skills that can be applied to engage change effectively. These may be applied

  • in planning for change
  • in implementing change
  • in supporting continuous improvement following change
  • What kinds of change benefit from using change management?
    • Change management methods may be applied to any type of organizational change, including departmental mergers, technology implementation, creating team-based organizations and professional development. It may be helpful to think about change management methods on two levels:
    • The first level of change managementis generic enough to apply to any type of change, whether it's the creation of a new department or the implementation of a new technology. At this generic level, change management methods are mostly targeted at understanding the human response to change and creating effective strategies for engaging people to achieve change.
    • The second level of change managementincludes methods that are specific to a particular change. For example, in technology implementations, specific actions include establishing and communicating the business case for change, ongoing relationship building, communication and training for affected staff, redesigning business processes, and creating and sustaining groups to manage the project. While some of these activities apply to other types of change, this collection forms a boilerplate for technology implementation

      B.Group problem solving -- helping a group identify a key issue, gather information about it, and outline decisions or action plans needed to address the issue. 

    • Talent Management -– helping managers assess their department's workforce so that the right people are in the right roles with the right set of skills at the right time.


    Retaining and Developing the Workforce- Looks at the manager's role in development planning and conducting development discussions. It includes tips on understanding the development needs of different generations in the workforce.

    Learning and Development Strategies - Helps managers identify learning opportunities in the workplace including training, peer learning, and on-the-job assignments.

    C.Talent Management and Workforce Planning - Provides an overview of how to manage talent by conducting a department needs assessment and inventorying the workforce capabilities in the department.

    • Meeting design and facilitation -- working with clients to help them plan an agenda, stay with the agenda, and discuss issues effectively.
    • What is Meeting Design and Facilitation?

    Meeting Design is the deliberate act of planning and preparing for meetings ahead of time, which follows a process and includes certain key elements. Meeting Facilitation is the conscious act of guiding the meeting process so that it stays on course, to make sure everyone participates, and to reach the agreed-upon meeting goals.

    • Team development -- helping a team to develop its ability to work more effectively together.

    Teams share a commitment to a common purpose, mission and goals and work in an environment of mutual accountability. Successful teams develop effective group process, using ground rules and norms to promote effective interpersonal communication. Teams go through recognizable stages of development, with distinct characteristics in each phase. Every project group or work unit is not a team. 

    • Business Process Redesign -- working with a group to analyze the current way of doing a specific piece of work to determine whether there is a better way to design how the work gets done. 
    • Customized Training -- working with a group to develop or renew knowledge, skill or values relative to a group goal.

An effective organization can give companies the edge that sets them apart from the competition. Sustained business success requires building a high-performance organization. The best performers make better decisions, make them more quickly and execute them more effectively. And they don't spend too much or too little effort in the process. We work jointly with our clients to assess the gaps and identify the opportunities that drive their organizational performance.

Every part of an organisation is integral to a system that relies on and impacts other elements of the internal and external environment in which the organisation operates. To deliver a sustainable environment for performance there are a number of organisational development and design elements that may be relevant to delivering the performance outcomes required.

Organisational design & re design and Operating model development

A well-designed operating model provides a clear and consistent blueprint for how resources are organized and operated to achieve a company's strategic priorities. Companies considering operating model redesigns are often prompted by a common set of triggers. These triggers could include: external factors, such as technological disruption or an evolution of the regulatory environment; strategy changes, such as competition or entry in a new market; or internal challenges such as excess cost and complexity, ineffective decision-making or a founder approaching retirement.


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