Dec 9, 2019
If you’ve listened to ScaleUp Radio for any length of time, you’ll know that one of the big things you need to do as a business owner is plan.
Whether it’s planning for growth, or planning your lead generation, or planning your hiring process - planning is key.
In this episode of ScaleUp Radio, we look at a key strategic plan - The 3-Year Business Plan.
As always, Kevin Brent sits down with three experienced business owners and leaders and ask their opinions, experience and advice on the subject of The 3-Year Plan.
In this episode, we are joined by:
- Peter Roper from Family Business Practice
- Giovanni Finocchio from Midven
- Kul Sanghera from Worcestershire Business Central
And we cover some of the big questions around a 3-Year Plan, including:
- Why bother with a 3-year plan for your business?
- It might sound obvious, but how often should you do one? Also, with that in mind, should we also be thinking longer than 3 years ahead?
- What should you be thinking about when you’re putting your 3-Year Plan together - how do you start?
- Who should be involved in forming the plan? And making sure that it’s executed?
- How do you decide when to keep to the plan and, when circumstances change, when to move away from it?
You’ll also hear a few mentions of a poster that was shown at a meeting that was held just before the recording. Something we call the SmartWeb® If you’d like a pdf of copy of it then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s a great conversation, covering businesses across the spectrum including family businesses and those seeking venture capital investment - nicely covering most aspects of this important topic in anyone’s scale up journey.
Peter Roper can be contacted by going to https://www.familybusinesspractice.com
Gio Finocchio can be contacted by going to https://midven.co.uk
Kul Sanghera can be contacted by going to https://www.business-central.co.uk
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