PPEP Microbusiness and Housing Development Corporation (PMHDC) is committed to helping new and existing business owners to reach their dreams of self-sufficiency by providing training, one-on-one counseling, and business lending. PMHDC realizes that most entrepreneurs that walk in the door are not loan ready; there may be credit, collateral and even business experience concerns that must be addressed. PMHDC considers these entrepreneurs to be the ideal customer for its services. You will receive help every step of the way! The most distinguishable difference between PMHDC and traditional banking entities is the support a business owner gets throughout and beyond the loan process.
Serving Cochise, Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, Yuma & Santa Cruz Counties
Business Review and Feasability Process
Clients will receive a free technical business review to analyze their current operations or business development objectives. This enables PMHDC to recommend specific self-directed actions for each client and link them with technical assistance and mentoring services that will help facilitate their business functions. One on one consultation is available throughout each clients business development process. Business consultation is an ongoing process for each client, the level of business interaction provided by PMHDC will be customized to each client.
The Process of Business Development
(price point $25-$40) 3 hour session
This seminar consists of a four hour presentation and one hour business review process for each client. The business presentation will identify the specific business sectors (operations, management, pricing, planning, start-up cost, marketing, technical writing and marketing) linked with a detailed implementation plan. This assists start up and existing business owners to create a realistic overview of a new business model or integrate a new function into their existing business.
(price point $300-$350, individual seminar $75) 5-3 hour sessions
This seminar creates of an overview of the business idea, project overview, or strategic objectives by formalizing with clarity the business format including operations, legal formation, ownership, and taxation. This will allow the business owner to develop control and compliance systems specific to all areas of business activity.
This seminar consists of gathering and organizing relative information from within the given business sector and industry. Clients will learn methods for collecting and organizing primary and secondary industry information. This data will assist business owners in developing operations plans and building an overall business strategy.
This seminar consists of identifying income channels and related pricing techniques. This will assist the business organization in creating promotions and sale incentives for customers. Clients will develop a marketing plan to link with specific sales objectives such as net profit margin and revenue growth.
This seminar will create financial statements which represent current operations and/or future projections, all business ideas and plans are converted into a format of financial feasibility. This sector includes both a written description and financial statements. Cash flow analysis and the development of cash conversion cycles are used to create monthly and quarterly operating budgets create a business model that is profitable and sustainable. This seminar consists of developing Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for each business by analyzing critical business factors within the financial statements and operations sector. KPI development provides the foundation for each business owner to build tactical and strategic plans.
Business Implementation Process
This seminar will assist business owners in building a logical sequence and step by step process for starting or growing a business. The method of organization follows a specific process and is customized to each business model based on timeline, resources, communications and objectives.
We offer specialized seminars and training workshops in the following areas:
Management and Operations
This sector contains a logistical overview and listing of key personnel within the company. Tactical operations are developed and outlined.
By identifying all direct and indirect business expenses and expected profit margins aids in creating pricing schedules.
The Process of Business Development
This service consists of identifying the specific operations sectors linked with a detailed implementation plan. This assists start up and existing business owners to create a realistic business model or develop a new function into their existing business.
By the creation of financial statements, which represent current operations and/or future projections, all business ideas and plans are converted into a format of financial feasibility. This sector includes both a written description and financial statements.
Cash flow analysis and the development of cash conversion cycles necessary to create monthly and quarterly operating budgets create a business model that is profitable and sustainable.
Marketing and Social Media
This sector is utilized to develop a comprehensive marketing plan that links budget, strategy, tools, and objectives. Marketing investment is monitored by service and sales production.
Strategic planning is a major determinant for creating operating budgets. This sector involves the creation of future business objectives along with the logical sequencing of events.
Business Plan Development
This service assists clients in developing specific formatting and objectives related to the creation of a functional business plan; along with the technical and professional resources necessary to meet their personal implementation schedule.
PMHDC has nurtured business relationships with micro lenders and traditional institutions. Our company will conduct a prequalification process prior to service to determine capital needs and availability of funding based on predetermined start-up or expansion costs.
Utilizing at team of 20 business attorneys with national affiliation, PMHDC will help determine the legal factors such as entity type, operating agreement, and contracting that may be required for each independent business model.