Accelerate Your Company
- Delegate operations allowing key executives to return to their core strengths
- COO services on an individual project or part time basis for growing or established companies
- Staff development
- Process improvement for scalable operations
- Cost/Benefit analysis
- Operational oversight: financial reporting, contracts, budgeting, etc.
- Strategic marketing initiatives
- Current assessment of company goals, focusing on short and long term strategy and the development of a pragmatic approach to reaching those goals effectively (SWOT Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats)
- Customized corporate and team training programs for a few employees or your entire workforce
- Staff development
- Customer service improvement
- Industry specific topics
- Conceptualization and implementation of new business lines
- Policy and Procedure creation
We improve efficiencies, create scalable organizations, align actions with goals, and preserve financial assets for our clients.
Every owner has different objectives and every real estate asset is unique. We understand what creates value, how to drive results and how to position your asset to reach its highest potential.
Even the best of the best benefit from coaching. By creating your personal strategic plan and honing your skills, our coaching program is designed to help you realize your goals and reach your true potential.
CASE STUDY: A large, international software company had grown rapidly and had accumulated 46 lease obligations in the US in a very short period of time. The company had no real estate department, and therefore, no one had a handle on the existing financial obligations, lease provisions, and critical option dates of the various leases. There was no discernible real estate strategy, no procedures for cost controls or payment approvals, and no corporate use standards.
CASE STUDY: The company was embarking on an acquisition campaign that would more than quadruple the size of its portfolio, and therefore its property level staff. While some policies and procedures were already in place, many were not sufficient to accommodate that level of growth, and some were non-existent. In addition, the managerial staff in place was focused on acquisitions and marketing, not operations and staffing, and the company had no real brand identity in their new markets.