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Business Administration Advisory

Business priorities change in relation to various factors that include the socio-economic environment and the age of the enterprise. While a start-up undertaking may prioritise funding and market entry, a more established undertaking will prioritise new market penetration, change management, innovation and corporate governance. A business can always benefit from expert advice. An objective point of view can make all the difference.


Business Administration Advisors are independent and experienced experts, able to offer hands on, practical help, advice and support in specific business areas that will help make a difference to business success.


Business advisory services tackle all aspects of business from managing finances, marketing your product or service better and more widely, embarking on research and development activities, to improving your operations.

Currently we are providing advisory services in:

  1. Marketing
  2. Business Administration and Management
  3. Research, Technological Development & Innovation
  4. Business Start-up
  5. Operations

Business advisory services are provided with the aim to support undertakings identify strengths and overcome weaknesses in specific areas. A range of business advisor’s services are available and every effort is made to match the right advisor to the specific needs of the applicant.


As a part of managing your finances, implementing a budget can help you keep costs down. For smaller businesses, budgets may consist of little more than a monthly allotment to cover overhead, insurance and payroll. In larger businesses, where multiple departments may engage in long-term projects, you may need to set out fairly complicated allotment on an annual basis. Your budget should include expected revenue and costs that you update monthly or more often, based on any new information. We help you to put your budget efficiently to make sure you get targeted revenue.


Sales are the heart of all businesses. Depending on the industry you work in, sales may hinge on a dedicated sales team that develops prospects into clients, performs demonstrations and maintains contact with your existing client base. In some cases, you may fill the role of primary salesperson for your business by dealing with new client acquisition. As with the other aspects of business, this is best handled by scheduling an allotted amount of time each day or week to specifically handle sales-oriented tasks. We provide sessions to give a brief overview that how can you make clients to boost your sale and our strategies helps a number of clients to meet their deadlines timely.


Very few businesses can survive without marketing. A good marketing plan should seek to maximize exposure of your business to the target market. This may mean mass marketing via television commercials or specifically targeting clients via trade magazines. You should review your marketing efforts regularly to see which elements produce the best results. And we will help you to do it efficiently and effectively by doing following things;

  1. Increases visibility of your brand
  2. Develops lasting relationships with your audience
  3. Improves brand awareness and recognition
  4. Creates loyalty and trust, with both your current customers and prospects
  5. Helps you to build authority and credibility
  6. Positions your business as an expert in your industry
  7. Generates traffic to your site to improve lead generation
  8. Opens a channel of communication through social shares and comments
  9. Helps your customer move through the purchase decision more quickly
  10. Provides value with no strings attached