In helping small businesses and start-ups succeed, we provide sessions applicable to your organization’s business needs. Keocia Services, LLC’s team members are also available to these groups and to each individual member of your team for group and individual mentoring. A la carte programs may include, but are not limited to:
Asset Management: Managing a client’s money, identifying client’s financial goals, portfolio management, stocks, bonds, and funds.
Accounting & Finance: Generating and using capital, investing, borrowing, budgeting, forecasting, reporting and communicating.
Business Development: Innovation, initiatives, ideas, implementation, strengths, opportunities, capability, prospects, and demographics.
Communications: Sharing clear, concise, complete, considerate, correct, courteous, and concrete content internally and externally.
Creative: Design of UI/UX, graphics, websites, collateral, video, animation, writing, editing, presentations, art, design, etc.
Customer Service & Experience: Customer care, nurturing, loyalty building, fulfillment, journey, appreciation, rating, and sharing.
Engineering (Business): Business administration and technology expertise blending for developing tech frameworks for ops and growth.
General Management: Operations oversight, supervising, training, executive, middle, team management, leadership, etc.
Human Resources: Recruiting, screening, interviewing, compensation, benefits, training, employee relations, and regulations.
Information Technology : networks, security, databases, analytics, automation, systems, hardware management, etc.
Investor Relations: Company affairs communications including accounting, legal, and executive management.
Legal: Managing contracts, disputes, litigation, in-house counsel, employment, intellectual property, tax, and other laws.
Marketing: Communicating value of product, price, promotion, place, packaging, positioning, and people to build loyal customer base.
Operations: Managing processes, human capital, performance, equipment, systems, orders, inventory, warehousing, storage, supply chain, etc.
Product Management: Managing product lifecycle from idea to innovation, design to production, positioning, pricing, and market.
Production: Manufacturing goods and products and managing software as a service to create outputs valuable to consumers.
Project Management: Project leadership, communication, organization, time management, motivation, and team management.
Purchasing & Sourcing: Finding/buying services, finding/buying products, proposals for selling services or products, contracting.
Quality Control & Assurance: Plan, do, check, act procedures, standardizing, process control, sampling, testing, reporting, reacting, etc.
Sales: Setting goals, analyzing data, identifying demographic, monitoring competition, trend following, sales planning, sales communication.
Strategic Initiatives & Programs: External and internal conditions, data and competitive analysis, mission and vision, team building, and planning.