Ron Sturgeon has been building businesses successfully for more than 30 years. Known for his ability to help businesses in a variety of industries attract high-value customers, Ron is a consultant, speaker, and mentor to many successful small business owners.
Ron Sturgeon used peer benchmarking for a decade with other business owners to build a local business from one employee into one of the largest such operations in the Southeastern United States leaving competitors in the dust. He eventually sold his operation to Ford Motor Co
His current ventures include commercial real estate development in and around Fort Worth, Texas; an exotic car driving Experience Company; and a growing consulting practice including Web strategies for business growth. He is the author of How to Salvage More Millions from Your Small Business, Green Weenies and Due Diligence, Getting to Yes With Your Banker and How to Salvage MORE Millions From Your Small Business.
You can learn more about Ron and his consulting practice, including peer benchmarking, at http://www.MrMissionPossible.com, or just Google him.
Business professionals, including doctors and other professionals, but other types of business owners are also interested. They will be educated, in many cases highly educated, so a professional theme is required, something that builds credibility and reinforces the professionalism of our services. These owners are interested in improving their business, some are struggling, but others are in a mode of continuing improvements. What is peer benchmarking? It’s where business owners that are not competitors assemble for a full day meeting. They put their operating metrics and financial information/metrics on a board, and it becomes clear which businesses are performing at their peak in a given area. Typically, they may perform well in one area, but not in another, but with the participants there, there are those that have the best results in any or all areas, and then discussion and questions ensue to determine what they are doing that is different than the others. Additional conversations then evolve, analyzing initiatives for each of the group members, with everyone opining on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, and size the benefits of the initiative to help with prioritization and focus. Many times attendees have tried and failed or been successful at the outlined initiative, so are able to help in advance.
We are interested in a wordpress design that gives us credibility. We do not have a logo, but can use one integrated into the site. If we chose a design with a logo, I will add $100 to the prize.
We may use the colors and theme in our promotional materials, so will need fonts, curves, Pantone or other designating information on colors, and other information needed to utilize the theme.
We do need print and web formats.
Please email if you have other questions, my webmaster will help with any technical questions about the site.