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What is a business advisor?

Posted by: Ewen Fletcher on

You’ve heard of financial advisors and business consultants, but what is a business advisor? And more importantly, do you need one? 

A business advisor looks at things like strategy, growth, profit improvement, structure, governance and more. For example, a business advisor might examine finite details like, how long it takes to move products from your store shelf to a customer’s table, then give you the tools required to improve efficiencies and subsequently reduce cost.

You might imagine a business advisor as a board member; someone to oversee and steer your business in the right direction – leaving you to see the wood for the trees.

Plus, a business advisor can help you at any stage of your business lifecycle. They can be used to help with a one-time-only problem or ongoing, to help you build the business and lifestyle you want.

At Sharp Accounting business advice is more than just analysing numbers – we think it’s about helping you get what you want and need out of your business including peace of mind and lifestyle benefit. In fact, we believe if your accountant is only preparing financial statements and not offering these services, you are definitely being left behind.

So, do you need a business advisor?

Over the years we have identified a number of telltale signs:

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Click here to find out about our business advisory services.

At Sharp Accounting we believe all businesses should thrive – so together, we will improve the growth and prosperity of your business.

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