MACNY offers growth strategy services to members who are interested in launching new growth initiatives in their organization. Whether you are looking to launch a new product line, enter a new market, test a new business model, develop a new sales channel, or simply looking to kick your company’s growth into overdrive, MACNY offers a suite of services designed to help you generate significant new revenue streams. By applying best practices from startups and high-growth companies, with minimal resource investment MACNY members can quickly test new initiatives, arrive at go vs. no-go decisions, and develop scalable predictable growth plans.
The Growth and Entrepreneurship Training Program is designed to help professionals learn and practice the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and launching new growth initiatives. This program asks professionals to create REAL growth initiatives, engage with REAL customers, and develop solutions for REAL market problems.
The Growth Bootcamp helps companies bring new growth initiatives to market, gain early sales traction, and develop a proven plan for scale. The Bootcamp offers company leaders the opportunity to receive bespoke guidance, engage in peer roundtables, and ultimately accelerate the launch of new growth initiatives that could result in $1MM – $10MM + worth of new revenue for the participating organization.
Growth roundtables are open to any MACNY member participating in one of our growth services. The roundtables are held monthly and offer executives an opportunity to make peer connections and facilitate peer discussions and mentorship.
Growth Coaching is a custom engagement designed to either provide you an opportunity to continue to receive support after completing the Training Program or Bootcamp, or for business owners or CEOs seeking higher-level strategic support best suited to a custom engagement.
Why launching new businesses slowly is actually riskier and more expensive James Shomar, Chief Leadership Officer I've noticed a pattern recently. Many CEOs tend to launch new businesses much slower than they should. Whether they're entering a new market, launching...