From start-up to maturity
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Assisting you to start up and run a successful business and improve your lifestyle.
Small, micro and home-based businesses are renown for their potential to improve the development of our regional, rural and remote communities. Indeed survival can be dependent on the community ecosystem, and capacity to be genuinely creative and innovative. Starting and running any business can be a daunting challenge for those without any formal management training or practical business experience.
FAQ Support services will help you to adapt and manage the many critical aspects of a small enterprise from start-up to maturity, particularly in regional, rural and remote areas, where support services are scarce. Our services are unique in that they link people's dreams to reality while overcoming the disruptive forces in the economy.
Helping to remove the problems and frustrations, while improving confidence to deliver improving community services.
Improving the adequacy and the outcomes of services required is a key priority. We help to deal with unrealistic expectations by finding ways for non-profits to apply sound business practices, better governance and make cultural adjustments.
FAQ Support focuses on organisational change models to improve funding, planning, value chains, process improvement, knowledge management, analytics, marketing and social media. We suggest changes, addressing continuous improvements in the evaluation and refining so the organisation can achieve its vision for the community.
Focusing job creation, opportunity generation and rejuvenation of regional communities.
Discover new ways to address your community challenges by engaging more people, businesses and non-profit organisations to work together more practically for the common good. It can involve, bridging the gaps between the rhetoric and the reality of managing a regional, rural or remote community to survive and thrive.
FAQ Support products and services revolve around how business, non-profits and regional communities need to interact to remain sustainable against the disruptive forces. These forces include effects of globalisation, technology, social media, flexible working environments and government intervention. All this while continuing to be attractive to old and new residents in the face of droughts and flooding rains.