This past year has been difficult for business owners and leaders. How to keep yourself and your business going at full speed into the year ahead….Read more »
Oriol López Villena
Oriol López is known as The Proactivist. He is the trusted adviser to business owners and helps them to grow and thrive in their businesses. His process is simple and powerful: a clear definition of the strategy and a total orientation to action and continuous improvement.
Oriol is the author of the books “Grow and Thrive” and “The Proactive Entrepreneur” (among others).
Oriol is recognized as “One of the most inspiring advisors in the world,” according to the book “The World’s Most Inspiring Accountant.”
Business disruptions occur – the COVID pandemic is just one. Six global SME business advisors/consultants share their advice for forging ahead through a crisis….Read more »
The majority of small to medium-sized businesses are in crisis due to Covid-19. How to meet this crisis proactively and navigate in these unprecedented times….Read more »
Accelerate Your Results, Add Value and Leave A Legacy
Growth is one of the clearest examples of an organization’s success and “gazelle” companies are those who have reached the highest levels of sustained growth over the years. These companies generate much more employment than the rest and provide high returns to their shareholders. The main factors that explain its success are the achievement of competitive advantages based on human resources, innovation, internationalization, process excellence and conservative financial policy, among others….Read more »
Improve Your Results by Helping Your Customers
For years, every company has been facing the same challenge: winning customers. This is a shared challenge in the business world, but professionals tend to treat it from the wrong perspective: selling in order to help with a particular product or service before helping first to generate a sale later. Under this change of order hides the secret of marketing, which seeks to escape from classic mistakes such as having a badly focused customer, having a bad definition of what is being sold and creating a wrong sales strategy….Read more »