Savage Advisory ‘Lite’

SAVAGE ADVISORY 'LITE'

Savage Advisory ‘Lite’

Some smaller businesses and busines owners do not need the full “Board Advisory’ service which involves multiple half-day meetings and ongoing intensive consulting and advice, particularly focussed on an aggressive growth plan.

The Savage Advisory ‘Lite’ program is best suited to small business owners or leaders who need a regular sounding board, mentoring, strategic and tactical input, problem-solving conversations, and general business and leadership guidance.

Several Owners using the ‘Lite’ programme currently are ‘International’ (Canada, Singapore) where the regular touchpoints provide excellent support but a full Board meeting structure is difficult because of logistics.

The service may have ‘Lite’ in its title, but the meetings are anything but. We follow an agenda and meetings usually result in multiple action points.

There is some flexibility to how this is structured but essentially this service involves;

  • Set monthly 60-minute video, phone or IRL meetings (12 per annum)
  • Limited ongoing telephone advice and follow up
  • A quarterly fee of $3,000 plus GST, paid in advance

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