We’ve helped hundreds of small to medium business owners to work smarter, enhance their processes to scale up, breaking the ceiling of their limitations to achieving sustained growth and success. Just some of the business success stories shown here provide examples of how businesses in Melbourne have benefited from Business Benchmark Group’s effective approach to coaching and mentoring that brings all the crucial aspects of your business into focus, such as finances, business operations, sales, marketing, team building and customer service.
Our business coaching courses and events have and continue to provide support for many businesses in need of direction and guidance to their next stage of growth and beyond within various industries such as manufacturing, trade, franchises, professional services, personal services, retail and hospitality.
Take a read through some of the case studies of business success stories of some name brands you may recognise around Melbourne. Through recognising what is important to driving your success and removing the obstacles, you too can pierce the stratosphere of your businesses potential.
Aussie Plumbing & Gutters
Tom knew there was an easier way to realise his business ambitions without needing to work 14 hour days and nothing to show in the bank for his efforts, but he didn't know what type of help he needed. 16 months on Tom will share his progress to date and how he now has more motivation than ever before to realise his goals.
The Drain Man
Brendan recognised the potential of his business and had the desire to grow it. However he did not understand how to put the required structure in place. He has learned that as the business is growing and evolving, it's about the numbers. And without a clear understanding of the numbers you cannot be successful.
MIA Consulting Services and the owner, Deirdre Diamante, provide support and consultancy to businesses wanting to increase their business opportunities with the Victorian government. Deirdre explained that she didn't have the confidence to know how to build a highly successful business and didn't understand the structure required.
Having purchased the business in 2008, Chris Galea soon realised that the company was growing too fast and it was impossible for him to manage on his own, but he firmly believed in the product, saw the exporting potential and so he pushed through.
Five Star Locksmiths
Glenn, owner of Five Star Locksmiths, was struggling working 18 hours days. Once he joined the program he found direction, motivation and confidence and was made accountable for his own KPIs. He had a greater understanding of the importance of numbers. Glenn quickly realised he had to stop thinking like a locksmith and start thinking like a businessman.
Pinnacle Health Club
Emma and Ben Stallworthy are the first to admit that in the beginning they were spreading themselves too thin. "A lack of confidence, an inability to allow our team members to step up and be a part of the business decision-making and growth was holding us back."
The Cartridge Family
The Cartridge Family is a family-run printer and consumables supply business that services businesses across Australia and New Zealand. Running a family business presents a number of difficulties, including communication problems between family members.