With 2022 coming to a close, many business owners will find themselves celebrating an otherwise successful year. Even after another 12 months of uncertainty, a steady stream of work, solid profit margins, and balance sheets in the black offer plenty of reasons to be grateful. But many nagging concerns from this past year (rising interest rates, overseas conflicts, more supply chain issues), could persist into 2023, along with the possibility of a recession. That’s why it’s vital to leverage important business relationships in order to design a plan that can take on both the obstacles that seem obvious, and those yet to be revealed.
In an article for the Baltimore Business Journal, our own Bryan Porter and Chris Oven shared their expert advice on how best to utilize key business advisors and partners to plan for what’s ahead. Laying out the necessary steps, they discuss determining which relationships could provide the best perspective, how to include partners in designing a business strategy, and the best ways to collaborate with them as the tactics are executed.
You can read their full article and all of their insight at the Baltimore Business Journal*.
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