Advisory Benefits

Benefits of an Advisory Board 

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An experienced, independent advisor can help small and middle market business owners face their challenges.

The benefits of a typical Advisory Board include:

  • Expertise that supplements existing management
  • Objective assessment of the current state of the company
  • Objective evaluation of the strategic plan
  • Assist in development of an ownership succession plan
  • Assist in succession planning for next generation of management
  • New ideas on how to grow revenues
  • Identification of risks and opportunities not otherwise thought of
  • Fresh perspective adds significant value in making tough decisions
  • Significant networking contacts
  • Challenges assumptions and paradigms that may be inaccurate 

The biggest gap that a traditional advisory Board is that they advise a company on what needs to be done. Integres goes further than that.