Business Mentorship Program
About Anthony Price
Throughout his career, Anthony has founded four businesses that have each enjoyed success in their respective industries. Most notably, Anthony founded Arrow Human Capital in 2007, a company that grew from humble beginnings in his home office to one of Australia’s most trusted change management consultancies with a nation-wide network of contractors.
A valuable sounding board and source of support, Anthony brings over 30 years’ experience in building successful businesses to your new venture.
Business Mentorship Modules
Every mentorship program offered by Arrow Human Capital is unique – specifically customised to you match your particular skills, interests and experience. Together with Anthony, you’ll develop a Business Mentorship Program that best suits where you are, where you want to go, and how long it will take to get there. Sample modules include:
Creating a mentorship plan: Curating a Business Mentorship Program that provides the best type of support for your business venture.
Developing a business plan: Outlining your business goals, and how you plan to achieve them. This will include the types of services you will offer, and how you plan to deliver them.
Competitor research: An analysis of competitors in the market, and how your business can occupy and unique space within it.
Financial planning: Developing a financial plan that projects the incoming and outgoing flow of money to your business, and what you’ll need to start turning a profit.
Developing a marketing plan: Identifying your audiences, the outreach channels to reach them, and the investment required to build and maintain them.
Creating your brand identity: Designing the look and feel of your business, including your visual identity and messaging frameworks.
Building your network: Growing and leveraging your personal and professional networks to strengthen your business.
Registering your business: The first steps of setting up your business, such as registering for an ABN, GST and your business name.
Going to market: Launching your product and introducing your business to the world. This may include launch strategies such as events, media coverage and advertising.
Improving time management and efficiency: Creating systems that enable you to work smarter, not harder – such as the use of systems and software that create a smooth workflow.
Upscaling your business: Identifying opportunities for growth and structuring your business in a way that allows you to take advantage of this.
Reviewing your progress: Revisiting your business plan, considering what has changed, and how this impacts your direction going forward.