As a trainer or coach, if you plan to expand your business and attract investment, like all other businesses, you will need a business plan. Our 96% success rate shows that we can actually help.

TRAINING COACHING
 

Training is a growth area, and if you have a skill that people want to learn then you could turn it into a successful business venture. As the internet and technological developments revolutionize the way we do business, employers are clamoring for new skills. And it isn’t just about IT – management and business skills are also in demand. Training has come to be seen as a way to boost business: in a survey conducted in 2015, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development found that two main changes anticipated by businesses over the next few years are more integration of learning and development activity with business strategy, and increased importance placed on monitoring, and on evaluating training and effectiveness.

 

This includes the growing inhouse-methods with on-the-job training, in-house development programs and coaching by line managers. It’s important to take into the account the learning technologies and a professional leadership development and talent management.
 

The government has also set its sights on raising skills, with a focus on building on the skills of employees in small and medium enterprises. Also in a bid to help decrease the levels of unemployment and skills gaps, and to help small business invest in its workers, the government offers various funding schemes to business owners or people, such the flexible training opportunities, where entrepreneurs can get up to £5,000 towards employee training costs. At a glance, it would seem that almost anyone and everyone has some knowledge or expertise to share and some experience of presenting. But this is not about talking in front of a room of people, it is about interpersonal and coaching skills.

The average coaching rate in a business context is between £125 to £250 per hour or more.




 

The UK consulting market is around £10bn, which is Europe’s second largest consultancy market. The consulting market of UK is the fastest growing advisory market in Europe. In 2012, the total fee income of the sector was appraised at £7,4bn, in 2016 circa £10bn. The UK’s consulting market employs approximately 63,000 professionals. Technology is the largest segment (28%), followed by Finance & Risk (15%) and Operations (13%). Strategy, People & Change are approximately 10%.
 

It helps if you really believe in the benefit of training and empowering others through knowledge. A written business plan is required for a commercial bank loan, Small Business Administration (SBA) guaranteed bank loan or an investor. A business plan requires in-depth research, both of the business’s market potential and competitive environment. An understanding of finance is needed to project income, balance sheet, and cash flows statements.



 

B&F Services with over a decade experience in wiring many professional business plans is here to help you in this journey.




 




Your advantages with us:


  • Consultants with over 10 years’ experience and market know-how across a wide range of industries
  • Decades of experience in projecting financial performance and growth of business all from one hand:
  • Consulting and Coaching
  • Professional Business Plans
  • Business Establishment and Accountancy
  • Comprehensive Software solution
  • “save time and get experience”
  • Over 3,176 established businesses in the UK<
  • Over 1,756 completed business plans
  • 485 completed Tier 1 visa business plans
  • 96% secured funding based on our business plans
  • £55 mil. raised for SME`s

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