Start-Ups and Private Firms Looking for Growth to Benefit from CEO Strategic’s New Focus
Specialist Corporate advisory firm CEO Strategic have reaffirmed their commitment to growing Australian businesses with the launch of a new website that broadens their service offering to include a heavier focus on growing businesses, company turnarounds as well as a Founder's Advocate service for emerging start-ups.
In launching the new site, CEO Strategic M.D. Daniel Fah said that "We've been having some great successes over the past 12 months in building and implementing strategies for success around a number of well-known brands as well some interesting start ups."
The upgraded site widens the firm's service offerings to include access to the company's unique reporting system - MagnaFi - that assists businesses in quickly identifying their financial metrics, which is proving to be a great aid when dealing with nervous investors or bankers.
Mr. Fah went on to say that "Unlike a lot of other Corporate Advisors, CEO Strategic have actual Chief Financial Officer experience, which allows us to enhance the Advisor’s role, resulting in a real hands-on approach to the financials that can quickly win over the confidence of investors, suppliers and other stakeholders. Our Team have actually launched and managed some successful Start-ups in the past, so we know what its like to be in the trenches”.
Further developments include the opening of a Brisbane office, and a new Marketing & Communications division to assist clients with re-branding, public relations, and preparing Pitch Packs and Business Plans.
The new site also previews a number of other initiatives for 2018, including its new Thought Leaders Forum, which will feature intimate profiles of leading Australian and international business leaders, as well as a soon to be launched project aimed at 'creating a bridge' between the women's start-up communities in Australia and India, which Mr. Fah said 'Will potentially have major financial implications for Australia's eastern seaboard states, and the broader Australian start-up community."