Do you know a small business owner who could use a little help in making their business more profitable and efficient?
I am looking for a half dozen small businesses that I can help then better understand their business data. In exchange for my help I would like to use them as a case study in a new book I am working on.
The new book will be an Analytics Guidebook for Small Business Owners. I have found that while analytics has great success in boosting efficiency and increasing profit in large and medium sized businesses across the U.S., the same has not happened for most small business owners.
So, I am hoping you can refer me to a small business owner you know that might be interested in some help. The kind of help I offer would be to do a simple business intelligence package for them consisting of building a competitor landscape, compiling a demographic profile and collecting customer insights. There are things I specialized in while with Wells Fargo.
In exchange for this package, I would just ask for some access to their data. How they manage expenses, payroll, inventory, and other data rich business processes. I would sign a non-disclosure agreement and not ask for access to any private information, just some raw data to work with.
I am happy to elaborate more, if you know someone who is interested. Thanks for your time and consideration.
Daniel Meyer, Analytics Champion
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