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In order you to go further, we offer our services that open new avenues for your business.
 
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You haven't got the forecasted profit? Do you know why? Choose what do you think caused this:
Organizational issues
Business Plan
Limited resources
Reduced competitiveness of you products and services
Pricing Policy
The market
How you have promoted your products and services
Aggression of competition
The economic crisis
Other causes

PROFIT – MAIN OBJECTIVE

The overall objective of firms in the global economy must be to maximize the profit or increase the value of the firm, and we will help you choose the right strategy to achieve this objective.

The ultimate goal of any company that wants to operate in the market in the long term should be to maximize the value of the firm. Often this is achieved by trying to achieve intermediate goals, such as reducing costs or increasing market share. Do you think your business is profitable as much as it should be? Do you know what is the maximum profit you can get? If you are a company on the market for at least four years, with clearly defined functional departments, if you know your competitors and feel you lose profit in this competition, if you want to establish a market strategy on the medium and long term in order to maximize profit, then we invite you to contact us for a general revision of the entire business strategy.

Manager
A person who directs resourses to achieve a stated goal.
economics
The science of making decisions in the presence of scarce resources.
managerial economics
The study of how to direct scarce resources in the way the most efficiently achieves a managerial goal.
opportunity cost
The cost of the explicit and implicite resources that are forgone when a decision is made.
economic profit
The difference between total revenue and total opportunity cost.
Manager
A person who directs resourses to achieve a stated goal.
economics
The science of making decisions in the presence of scarce resources.
managerial economics
The study of how to direct scarce resources in the way the most efficiently achieves a managerial goal.
opportunity cost
The cost of the explicit and implicite resources that are forgone when a decision is made.
economic profit
The difference between total revenue and total opportunity cost.