Case study: ADMG consulting

About ADMG

ADMG is a specialist 3D Printing consultancy and print bureau offering printing 3D printers and print consultancy.  Revenue is growing fast as they offer a quality and personal service to clients.

The Brief:

As the founder, Alex Gibson has taken a bootstrap approach and while heavily reinvesting in R&D he has kept the bookkeeping and administration in house.  As the business has grown and changed however, he felt the need to get in some extra support.

We know ADMG as an business – through our common use of a co-working space – and know that Alex’s business ethos matches ours: client focused and about adding value to projects.

Our approach:

We were quickly able to identify a bespoke approach to support him in getting and remaining compliant with what he needed to do and to help with developing his next steps.  It’s been important to Alex to retain control of his own work and only pass to us what he needed to – but at the same time to get professional and quick support.

The initial project has involved three members of the Holy Brook team, led by Rachel Eden.   As well as undertaking administrative and record keeping tasks we have been able to support him in planning for the future using our expertise, understanding the business’ different revenue streams and signposting him to other services where we felt they could meet his needs.

The outcome:

Alex says:

Having met Rachel and her team at GROW, I already knew them to be a friendly bunch.  When I learned more about their ‘virtual finance team’ service, I realised this could help both to reduce some of the chore aspects of maintain my business’ financial affairs and ensure they are done ‘right’ – IE in a standard, compliant manner.  They were both gentle and efficient in on-boarding my business, and I now have management accounts I can use to make better strategic decisions in future.  Thanks guys!

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