If you're helping to
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If you're a
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You need BDG.
If you're a corporate executive or manager, you have big ambitions, but limited resources you can apply to business development. You need to understand an opportunity, prepare a strategy, persuade your peers that the opportunity is worth pursuing, assemble resources, and execute your plan. Once your plan is launched, as you learn more about your customers, competitors, and your own company, you need to adapt rapidly, . Your consultant helps you with all these tasks, as an individual or advising your teams. Your consultant is a senior, respected veteran who guides dialogue among executives, and motivates your staff by working the long days and nights with them. You need BDG.
If you're helping to lead a policy, regulatory, or program initiative on behalf of a federal, state, or local government, you need a consultant who understands how to design and manage projects: the plans, the people, the numbers, and the changes. Your consultant has experience in public and public/private projects, understands how the public and private sectors differ, and has learned how they can best work together. Your consultant appreciates the proper roles of government in economic development, and know how to balance the interests of diverse stakeholders. You need BDG.