Rajiv Bakshi, CEO of Ahmedabad-based Possible Business Solutions focusing on advising SMEs towards business growth has recently been conferred upon the membership of US-based Association of Accredited Small Business Consultants (AASBC). The announcement w
Rajiv Bakshi, CEO of Ahmedabad-based Possible Business Solutions focusing on advising SMEs towards business growth has recently been conferred upon the membership of US-based Association of Accredited Small Business Consultants (AASBC). The announcement was made through a press release issued by Possible Business Solutions. The coveted membership has made Bakshi the first Indian to be a part of AASBC.
A global community of skilled professionals, AASBC helps small business clients increase value and profitability through achievable improvements in everyday systems, the release said.
“What impressed us most was his knowledge about latest management techniques and its application to small businesses. He keeps himself abreast with what is happening around globally and utilises the same locally, like a true management consultant. The board at AASBC was too pleased to favour him with a complimentary membership,” said Richard L. Weinberger Chief Executive Officer, AASBC.
“I am elated to receive this complimentary membership and feel its beginning of recognition of what I have been doing for SMEs. My biggest award is the smile on the face of the business owners when they find themselves in total control of their business,” said Bakshi.
Working with SMEs, Rajiv has found that every SME basically faces seven issues including thin profits, poor systems, high employee turnover, low sales, irregular cash flow, large outstanding and no growth, the release stated.
“The issues could be in any order. Whenever he meets any prospective client he thoroughly understands their issues, prioritises them according to the need of the organization and approaches every issue step by step transferring the skills to owner, managers and the team thereby strengthening the organization effortlessly,” said Kalpana Doshi, an Ahmedabad-based entrepreneur.