SHORTCUT TO BUSINESS SUCCESS
I work with clients to achieve specific results, based on reverse-engineering desired goals and outcomes.
Areas of expertise:
- business analysis,
- marketing strategy,
- business processes,
Have you got a great idea for an App or Website, but don't know where to start or who to turn to? Whether your business is just a concept or you're already up and running, I will help you take the next step.
I help my clients with all issues relating to starting and running their Tech Startup; from helping them how to find and hire coders (developers / programmers / engineers) to guiding you through the jargon and common practices in the Startup scene.
I can also show you how to connect with potential investors or help you with user acquisition.
I can help you how to bootstrap (i.e. low or no-cost) your startup.
I've worked with clients in a variety of industries, but I mainly work with businesses in the tech sector. From small startups to one of the biggest software companies in Europe (Compusoft).
One of the most successful clients who I’ve been with from the start, when they were just 3 guys with an idea - have now completed their second round of funding, grew to a team of 12 and have worked with some biggest corporate businesses and public organisations around the world (major supermarkets in Australia, the city of Toronto, Canada - to name a few)
Here is my philosophy & how I work:
PHILOSOPHY: I have a 'shortcut' based approach to business & marketing strategy - meaning that I reverse-engineer the ultimate goal. I don't want my clients wasting their time doing a MILLION unnecessary things, I only want them to focus on the few things that will help them achieve their goal. A 'shortcut' to success.
HOW I WORK: First, we’ll have a ‘discovery session’ (preferably through Skype, Zoom or WhatsApp) where I’ll ask you questions about your new venture, goals, target market, resources, tools, etc... then I will prepare an easy to follow (but thorough), step by step strategy to achieve your goals.
Hi, Sylvia here :)
Currently running my tech startup with secured pre-seed funding. My advice is simple:
1. Go to your your competitors social profiles
2. Set up your profile on the same platforms
3. Engage with their users
This is a guaranteed way to acquire new users (and followers)
Looks like you have already defined your ideal customer;
You need to find out where the potential students spend their time - Online & Physically - and meet them there.
I'll start with the option, which I think has the most potential:
and the answer is NOT online - do not underestimate the value of networking; going to meetup's - interest clubs - sticking adverts on buildings, bus stops etc. with little rip-off pieces.
- do they spend time on facebook? probably the most undervalued forms of marketing
- you can do a very narrow targeting through Google Ads, but you did mention a very low budget.
Hope this helps
Sylvia was vey knowledgable on start-up business and how to effectively start with a limited capital. She answered all my questions in addition to questions I didn't know I had very thoroughly. She has great resources to help you as well.
Very great information. Sylvia had all he points already for our call. Thank you so much for the great advice on Kitchen Cabinet Businesses!!