Every business owner has a goal of scaling their business to the next milestone. Even if you sell like crazy, you’ll soon have to devise a strategy to deliver to your new customers. Scaling your business for growth requires looking at multiple factors like leadership, team management, infrastructure, and other business systems.
All successful businesses have the input of a project manager. Project management entails assessing and controlling risks, efficient resource allocation, savvy budgeting, and clear dialogue between various teams and stakeholders.
Meet Matt Ambrose
Matt Ambrose is a project manager who helps people optimize their businesses. He comes from a British Island called Jersey and has a background in construction management and sales. Matt purchased his first single-family 3-level investment property in 2008 and sold it in 2016. As a former PADI instructor and SSI Dive controls specialist instructor of 7 years in Asia and the Americas, this experience gave him valuable skills in building relationships, team management, delegation, collaboration, and HR.
Alongside management and leadership skills, Matt Ambrose also has experience in coaching as he is certified in NLP, CBT, and life and business coaching, extending deeper into online business management for marketing agencies and lead generation.
Helping clients scale up
Business owners can ensure that the company’s vision, mission, strategic goals, and objectives align with the project goals through effective project management. By improving overall profitability and success, it helps businesses to stay one step ahead of the competition at all times.
Matt Ambrose helps marketing agency owners and service-based businesses by planning, organizing, and managing the client’s projects from start to finish. He does this by:
- Identifying roadblocks
- Helping owners get organized
- Creating systems
- Managing and scaling KPIs
The project manager explains, “People think project management means a notebook, Asana, ClickUp various CRMs, and email, It is more about understanding people’s communication and processes and making sure things get done by the right people and completed on time. Completing a project early is not always a good thing, making sure not to miss or skip things is key for a working project.”
A good project manager will ensure a high level of verbal communication, team management, research skills, technical writing, budget management, and conflict management. Matt helps companies with marketing as he works with clients to market to the right audience with content that provides value to a specific niche. His efforts have helped clients create a marketing strategy that generates the right leads.
When asked about the best advice he ever received, Matt Ambrose says, “Surround yourself with mentors who have already achieved the goals you’re looking for. Invest in education, grow each day, and give back.”