Here at Gambit Consulting we provide you with the tools needed to develop your strategic vision. We then support the management team in the development of a plan of action and agree a series of milestones to ensure that the business stays on track.
To achieve this we rely on our years of experience assisting businesses to improve performance and employ a mixture of tried and tested business tools and cutting edge methodologies to give you the best possible service.
The idea is to embed a culture of strategic thinking within your business which will help you to plan ahead more effectively both now and in the future.
The financial model that’s been developed for me is a simple yet powerful tool. It helps me to consider the financial implications of the decisions I make and allows me to forecast a number of different growth scenario’s before committing to a single strategy.
Steve helped me conduct market research and more importantly apply it to my business in a practical way. It surprised me to learn just how much money is spent on bags and accessories in the UK and knowing this has been a confidence boost. I now better understand where my products need to be sold, how to sell them and at what price.
Steve helped me write the business plan for Itch Gallery and this enabled me to get the funding I needed to start-up. Going through the process with an expert step by step gave me the confidence I needed to take the plunge as the financial investment needed was quite large both in terms of committing my own savings and taking on a bank loan.
Gambit Consulting helped us to map out our strategic vision for Whiteroom and translate this into a process we could begin implementing immediately. The advice was really helpful as it compelled us to lift our heads from the grindstone of day to day work and concentrate on where we are going as a business.
Gambit Consulting helped us develop our crowdfunding strategy from the outset. They taught us how to build our crowd and convert them into paying customers. In the end we smashed our target and I’ve now quit my teaching job to run Strangely Games full-time.