Thu, Nov 15, 2012 — Opportunities Galore… This small company is 15 years old, and has a few million in sales. The founder has returned from semi-retirement to help lead and reinvigorate the team. In the past year or so, the firm introduced a number of innovative new services, including its first consumer-direct offering. It has also partnered with several adjacent industry players and is leading the effort to capture yet another clear opportunity. The small staff works tirelessly to support every new initiative while keeping the wheels on its core offering that delivers 85% of its revenue. While sales overall are not expanding and no one has received a pay increase in years, there are no complaints. These are good people. And they know the power of working nimbly and collaboratively. …But Hungering For Growth Like many of businesses of their size and age, this company hungers for faster, more predictable growth. They are tired of being small when they are part of a market that seems so promising. During our first meeting, it was immediately clear that the company leadership consists of a sharp group of professionals. In our exploratory work session (90 minute complimentary consultation) everyone engaged, all contributing, respectfully listening to new ideas, and adding value to our conversation.