Business strategic evaluation
When a company commences there should be a clear vision about what the business strategy should be and how this will be achieved. In addition there should be a time horizon on growing the business with specific objectives in mind, including eventually the option to exit, whether by sale or ceasing. A business should re-evaluate its strategy every few years or more frequently to assess if the vision remains valid, or needs to be adapted to changing internal or external factors.
MW Interim Finance assists owner managers and directors in an objective review of their strategy and provides the resource to deliver on the changes identified.
For further information or a confidential discussion about your specific requirements, please contact Martin Walby FCMA CGMA on 07876 566875 or email
MW Interim Finance attended a number of key networking events and forums this week in central London and Surrey, organised by the Institute of Directors – West Surrey, Menzies LLP and the Surrey Chambers of Commerce. Key themes included; engaging businesses to review their strategy and objectives by recognising the significant shift in consumer demand in the next twenty years; the continued growth of China and India in the global economy; technological changes away from the “physical” to the “virtual” supply of goods and services.
One of the services that MW Interim Finance provides, as a senior level finance resource, is assisting directors and owner managers in formulating, preparing and reviewing corporate strategy and planning. Supporting businesses in meeting their objectives through delivering “lasting change” is a strength of professional interims.