Now businesses across England are given opportunities to take advantage of Business Link’s free-of-charge, easy to access Business Health Check. What the Health Check offers are an impartial, objective assessment of business performance, identifying key strengths, prioritising areas for improvement and highlighting business opportunities.
According to the SOURCEWIRE this check is available for any company, aiming to focus on the specific needs and circumstances of each business.
· Developing a financial strategy to maximise cash flow
· Identifying opportunities and effective tactics to boost sales
· Building resilience to lead the business through the changing economic and market climate
· Creating a clear action plan to achieve your business goals
There are three ways to make the Health Checks: over the phone, in workshops or one-to-one with an experienced Business Link adviser.Also through a special interactive questionnaire evaluates potential problems businesses may face and on the bases of the questionnaire results the service suggests ways in which problems can be resolved.
One of a business Link customer made the most of the Health Checks, Tanya Rostron of water cooler supplier, Water at Work (Midlands) Ltd. She says: “With the current situation it is now even more important to use the support available from Business Link. In order for businesses to trade through the market they need to take stock of their current markets and products and look for opportunities. In this regard I recently used the Business Link Health Check which offers a swot analysis to support business development plans. My advice to any business or would-be entrepreneur is go to Business Link, it works.”
As for Ganesh Selvarajah, who has extensive experience of working with senior Directors in an array of businesses explained: “Smart businesses review their performance regularly to look for early signs of any issues that will affect their profitability. The Health Checks are a really effective way of doing this. Clients find that they give them an excellent overview of the strengths they need to build on as well as identifying potential problems, such as a cash flow.”