Business cost reduction course: Learn the techniques to reduce your business costs and control your budgets, today!
The cost of doing business continues to rise, company by company, industry by industry, year on year. It is something being faced by businesses of all sizes, and to counteract this, they are looking at their P&L statements wondering where they can find savings. Luckily for them and for you, there are a number of areas on those P&Ls which can be targeted with precision to reduce costs in both the short and long term, to help keep those organizations on a stable footing.
In this course, we will explore the range of options you have at your disposal when it comes to reducing the cost of doing business. From your compensation budget to equipment, 3rd parties to marketing, expenses and systems, there are so many options for you to explore. Within this course, we explore them ALL, looking at what they are, how you can practically deploy these and give a range of examples to back these up, with evidence.
We also provide a range of tools, techniques and downloadable resources for you to use during and after the course, to plan and map out your approach, based on what works best for you. This course is all about giving you the huge range of options available, not telling you what YOU should do. We give you the power to decide what is best for you, based on all of the options we put on the table.
We cover several business expense types, discuss the consdierations you need to make when approach these costs (such as risk, communication, timelines etc.) and break the course up with a range of examples, demonstrations and real life case studies – all with the aim of making this content accessible to all. If you want to save your organization money both today and in the future, this is the course for you.
Who this course is for:
- Business Owners (all sizes)
- Business Improvement professionals
- Project Managers
- Finance Professionals
- Management (anyone overseeing a budget)
- Anyone (anyone who wants to find ways to reduce costs for the business within which they work / own)