- Are you a small business owner in Australia who wants to grow your company by selling to large organisations?
- Do you have all the pre-qualification requirements that are demanded by your potential big customers?
- Are you feeling overwhelmed by what needs to be done in order for you to stand out and be noticed by big companies?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, this book is for you.
Aimed at Australian small business owners who supply goods and services to larger organisations, Small Company Big Business will walk you through everything you need to know and do, based on the experiences and expertise of Bronwyn Reid and Ian Rankine.
Small Company Big Business is a step-by-step guide to simplify the unnecessary complexity that goes hand in hand with becoming a supplier to large organisations such as corporates, Government, Councils, or even Not For Profit enterprises, so you can significantly increase your chances of securing and retaining major contracts. We use proven small business solutions, technology, systems and processes to help you do this.
This book answers that burning question all small family-owned businesses have:
How do I get my existing small business prepared to do better business with large organisations - with minimum complexity and maximum compliance?
The author, Bronwyn Reid, has written this book after almost 20 years as a small business owner and consultant in the resources industry, successfully growing their micro business into a thriving small-medium enterprise, while surviving two mining industry downturns. This book helps other business owners avoid costly and frustrating delays and missed business opportunities.
If you believe this book - Mining for Business: Getting your small business ready to do business with big business - could be the solution for your small business, please sign up to be advised when the book is published and we will send you a chapter excerpt that you can download now.
"I found this timely for me and something that I find most businesses don't take enough to time to consider. I really appreciated the quick concise overview of the content on this topic and would encourage business to look at their internal project management strategies to best manage cost leaks of the ventures they undertake. In software development we call it feature creep, one and the same really. Keep up the good work!"
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