Our Aim Is To Help You To Get What You Want


No matter where you are in your entrepreneurial journey, you can get where you want to be. If you are looking to grow your business, scale it through acquisitions, or you just want to sell your business, with our proven 3-Step PIE Framework, we will help you to get there.


Step 1 - Picture

Where are you and your business right now… And where do you want your business and yourself to be


Step 2 - Improve

This is where we fill the gap between where you are and where you want to be. We will be using the 4 Ps (Performance, Product, People, Processes) to:

  • Increase Sales;
  • Increase Profits;
  • Increase Valuation.

Step 3 - Exit

It does not matter where you are in the life of an entrepreneur. We will take you to the next phase and then to the next one until you are happy where you are.


1. Exit the Line: This strategy involves transitioning from doing the work yourself to managing those who do. It’s a crucial step for entrepreneurs who start as solo operators or freelancers. By hiring your first employees, you can focus on growth while others handle day-to-day tasks. According to a Small Business Administration report, businesses that begin to delegate see an average growth rate increase of 33%.

2.Exit the Staff: Achieved by building a leadership team and establishing an operating system, this exit signifies your evolution into a true CEO. Creating a framework where your leadership team drives the business allows you to focus on strategic growth and high-level decision-making.

3. Exit the Org Chart: Ideal for entrepreneurs who enjoy hands-on involvement but wish to step back from daily operations, this exit involves moving into a board role. You remain involved in strategic decisions but are no longer tangled in the day-to-day running of the company.

4. Exit the Board: This exit is for those ready to step away from active governance and into an investor role. It’s about enjoying the fruits of your labour, reaping dividends, and perhaps investing in new ventures, without the responsibilities of company governance.

5. Exit Ownership: The most traditional exit, this strategy involves selling your business. Whether you’re moving to a new venture or retiring, this exit allows you to monetize your hard work and investment in building your business.