Press Release – For Immediate Release: HCMM Inc. – in Sunday Enquirer 1.20.13 – Maximizing Profit Potential for Business – PR by AndyHemmer.com PR
HCMM Inc.: Maximizing Profit Potential
Armed with an A+ from the Better Business Bureau, HCMM expanding nationwide.
The mission: Maximizing profitability, creating high quality of life for business owners.
[LOVELAND, Ohio ~ Jan. 20, 2013] Whether a business has $1 in sales or $100 million, HCMM Inc., a management consulting company that quadrupled its own workforce last year, is poised to provide best-practices services and help business owners maximize their profit potential.
“We understand the challenges that business owners are going through, whether it’s the entrepreneur just starting out, or a company that’s been around for a few years but is running into challenges and can’t get to that next level,” said Julie Maguire, CEO and founder of HCMM Inc. (www.HCMMInc.com).
“What happens in the corporate world is, best-practices services are usually reserved for the big boys with big budgets. Large companies can hire highly-educated, experienced managers, but many times the small- and medium-sized business owner has to manage all of that on his or her own,” Maguire added.
For Wayne Turkelson, owner of A-1 Pools in Clermont County, HCMM Inc. redesigned his website, launched a new series of marketing materials, and helped produce sales videos that honed in on an integral sales point: after 32 years of installing in-ground pools, Turkelson still personally supervises every installation.
“With the materials that HCMM Inc. helped provide, I now have compelling literature to leave behind with customers, which helps me to market after-sale service. Pool owners need supplies and services for years, which, for me, is where I can lock in a significant amount of business,” Turkelson said.
With decades of industry experience, HCMM Inc. is heading into its second year in business, anticipating a similar level of dynamic growth recorded in 2012.
The company’s mission is to assist small- and medium-sized businesses in achieving the highest-possible profits, while at the same time creating a high quality of life.
“Unfortunately, small- and medium-sized businesses do not have access to the level of skill, resources and experience that larger corporations have, to make each segment of their business best-in-class,” Julie added.
“As a result, small businesses typically are excellent in many areas, good just about everywhere else, but lacking in some key, critical areas. That’s where we step in,” Maguire said.
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