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Business Planning & Management Consulting. Here are some blog articles we’ve written about our mastermind group, the River Region Round Table. If you’d like additional information, contact us. We’d love to help you.
About the River Region Round Table
The River Region Round Table is a mastermind group that serves as an advisory board for business owners. We meet monthly at the Capital City Club. We invite speakers on topics ranging from accounting controls to the local food scene in downtown Montgomery.
Members also work together on business opportunities and challenges. Our group is limited to one member per industry and each member signs an NDA so that we can candidly discuss business issues among ourselves in the mastermind group.
About Nectar Bridge
Nectar Bridge was founded in 2013 to help small business owners like you reduce stress and increase profits. We do this by discovering and working through the bottlenecks – the most important issues and the “lowest hanging fruit.” These blog articles represent some of our thinking on these issues.
The Importance of the Back Office
We’ve found over the years that many problems entrepreneurs face are related to the back office – the not-so-fun stuff like accounting, bookkeeping, human resources (HR), legal, and technology issues that just seem to get in the way of running your business. We blog about these areas where we can help you.
In reality, these areas are your business, and determine how successful you are. They’re just as important as your great product or killer service. Our mastermind group discusses these areas on a regular basis.
However, these areas are likely not the ones that excite you or that you’re necessarily good at. That’s where we can help. Our general business background helps you with the problems that are common to almost all businesses, at a fraction of the cost of hiring a full-time manager or bringing in a business partner. We blog about these items, even though they’re not as exciting, because they’re necessary.