Cultivating Sustainable Small Businesses
WE GET IT AND WE’RE HERE TO HELP
We help small business and church leaders develop strategic solutions to plan for and navigate the challenges of business growth one project at a time. Our commitment is to identify pitfalls and opportunities, as well as to offer viable solutions to unanticipated problems.
How We Help You
We help you to identify the snares of failure in the early stages of a project which avoids costly mistakes and saves you valuable time.
We help you to improve your business performance through the analysis of existing projects and provide the plans for improvement.
We help you to identify the right strategy, tools, and resources to make sustainable growth happen in your business.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Lori Norris, Founder of Get Results Career Services
I highly recommend April Goudy and the Cultivator Company for any and all of your marketing and communication needs. I have used her services in design, strategy and consulting and have received both excellent service and product. She listens to your needs – both spoken and unspoken – and provides insightful strategic feedback and suggestions. She is reliable and timely in her deliver as well as her quality of work.
Tina Bunton, Owner at Priorities First Taxes and Accounting
The Cultivator Company has a way of helping you to think outside of the box. We actually “got a new box”. They helped us to redirect our focus on the client base that was more mutually beneficial for both us and the client. What a stress reliever, we totally depended on TCC to take care of this process and we could not have done it without them.
Kendra Tillman, Owner at Good Life Diva Communications
April’s attention to detail and her professionalism helped me create the memorable experience I wanted my attendees to have. The business processes saved me time, which lowered the level of stress I experienced. I believe the experience from the 2014 event left such a great impression in the minds of my attendees that many of them returned again in 2016.