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    Hello
    My partner and I are meeting with a Businesslink business advisor next week, and we are wondering if anyone here has also met with a business advisor before and if they have any advice for us. In particular we would like to know what information we need to take with us, but also any other guidance that others feel is important for this situation, i.e. dress code.
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    Re: Advice for meeting with a business advisor

    Hello
    In times of economic downturn, business advice has come to the fore as a way of improving a business’s performance in order to increase revenue, performance, reduce costs and more. The value of business of advice can be immense as it ensures that the business is on the right path and will often open up new possibilities.Finding the right business advice – When looking for the right business advisor, make sure you check the background of an individual, their experience in business and which markets they are experienced in. It is often worth seeking business advice on the referral of others, so if you know an individual who is receiving business advice ask them what they think of the person offering the advice and the quality of that advice.Arrange a regular meeting – Its always best to ensure that you arrange a consistent meeting point in order to regulate any progress from meeting to meeting with a business advisor. Monthly meetings should be enough although with start up’s a fortnightly meet may be considered to start with.

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    • #3
      Re: Advice for meeting with a business advisor

      Business Link Advisers work with their customers on a one-to-one basis to analyse their needs and develop a plan of action to help them to achieve their business goals. Adviser support is always provided free of charge to SMEs based in the East of England.

      Specifically, they will work with you to:

      Identify and analyse your business needs.
      Develop a customised plan of action that includes a summary of support services required to meet those needs.
      Support you in the implementation your plan of action.
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      • #4
        Re: Advice for meeting with a business advisor

        Hello
        1. Question regarding “Personal Weakness”
        More often than not, you will be asked about your weaknesses in an interview. If this seems daunting, follow the interview tips below;

        Sample Question: "Looking at your own resume, what do you think your weaknesses are regarding this job?"

        Answer: “I believe that my skills and abilities are a good fit for this position. Do you have any specific concerns?"

        Advice: Take the opportunity to turn the question around and find out what they think your weaknesses are.

        2. Question regarding “Hard Work Ethics”
        When interviewing with companies, you will often be asked questions that seem straightforward to answer. However more often than not - a ‘yes’ ‘no’ answer is not good enough. Always try to back up what you are saying with examples, as this will validate what you are trying to say.

        Sample Question: "Would your current boss describe you as the type of person who goes that extra mile?"

        Answer: "Absolutely. In fact, on my annual evaluations, he writes that I am the most dependable and flexible person on his staff. I think this is mostly because of my ability to prioritise."

        Advice: Share an example or experience that demonstrates your dependability or willingness to tackle a tough project. If you describe "long hours of work," make sure that you prove the hours were productive, and not the result of poor time management.

        3. Question regarding “Standing Out”
        Often in an interview, you will be asked to separate yourself from other candidates who may be more qualified or may be less of a risk-factor.

        Sample Question: "What new skills or ideas do you bring to the job that our internal candidates don't offer?"

        Answer: "Because I've worked with the oldest player in this industry, I can help you avoid some of the mistakes we made in our established markets."

        Advice: This question addresses your motivation in adding "true value" to the job. Evaluate the job carefully, considering current limitations or weaknesses in the department and your unique abilities. Your ability here to prove "I offer what you need and then some" could land you the job.
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          Re: Advice for meeting with a business advisor

          Arrange a regular meeting – Its always best to ensure that you arrange a consistent meeting point in order to regulate any progress from meeting to meeting with a business advisor. Monthly meetings should be enough although with start up’s a fortnightly meet may be considered to start with. The meetings do not need to be any longer than 1 hour each to ensure they are focused and preparation should go into the meeting. Mentee’s should be aware in advance what they are due to discuss in the session they are attending and have clear measurements of performance in hand that they are ready to present.
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          • #6
            Re: Advice for meeting with a business advisor

            Anytime you use a business planner or consultant, you need to ensure they are working for you. Before you sign any contracts or agreements, you should be able to call and discuss with the planner or consultant what they will do for you. Ask lots of questions about the services that they will be providing you. All of your inquires about service should be answered without a charge. Beware of any company that tries to take payment or make you sign an agreement before answering general inquires. Shop around, there are a lot of professional planners and consultants.
            Last edited by BranchofSuccess; 04-28-2010, 12:00 AM. Reason: spelling
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            • #7
              Re: Advice for meeting with a business advisor

              Hello friends

              In times of recession economic downturn, business advice has come to the fore as a way of improving a business’s performance in order to increase revenue, performance, reduce costs and more. The value of business of advice can be immense as it ensures that the business is on the right path and will often open up new possibilities.
              Finding the right business advice – When looking for the right business advisor, make sure you check the background of an individual, their experience in business and which markets they are experienced in. It is often worth seeking business advice on the referral of others, so if you know an individual who is receiving business advice ask them what they think of the person offering the advice and the quality of that advice.
              Arrange a regular meeting – Its always best to ensure that you arrange a consistent meeting point in order to regulate any progress from meeting to meeting with a business advisor. Monthly meetings should be enough although with start up’s a fortnightly meet may be considered to start with. The meetings do not need to be any longer than 1 hour each to ensure they are focused and preparation should go into the meeting. Mentee’s should be aware in advance what they are due to discuss in the session they are attending and have clear measurements of performance in hand that they are ready to present.


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              Have a nice day
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              • #8
                Re: Advice for meeting with a business advisor

                Hi,
                My partner and I are meeting with a Businesslink business advisor next week, and we are wondering ,if anyone here has also met with a business advisor before and if they have any advice for us. In particular we would like to know what information we need to take with us, but also any other guidance that others feel is important for this situation.this is the first advice of our business advisor,when we are met with him.
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                • #9
                  Re: Advice for meeting with a business advisor

                  Hi

                  Hiring a good business adviser is usually the choice of many small companies and big organizations alike. Business advisors act as business consultants for your business. They do an in-depth analysis of the existing structure of the organization, the problems and areas for improvements. Since they are no tied up to your business and they’re not in any way connected, they can offer a bias-free and objective business advice.

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