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Individuals and businesses hire consultants and consulting firms for many reasons that range from lack of expertise in a specific area, leadership’s desire to improve, to a crisis within the organization:

Specific knowledge: Occasionally, businesses and organizations find themselves confronted with a challenge or opportunity that requires the opinion and assistance of an expert. Consultants can provide this expertise on an as-needed basis.

Third-party intervention: When a business is in crisis, it can be difficult for owners, managers and senior employees to develop an accurate perspective. It can be even more difficult to get them to work together to take constructive action. An experienced consultant can provide crisis management services along with dispassionate feedback and mediation that can get a company back on track.

New business: New business owners may have good ideas, initiative and even experience in their industry, but they may not fully understand what it means to assume full responsibility for running an organization. A consultant who specializes in startups can help an entrepreneur adhere to best practices in setting up a business.

Underperforming business: Businesses that have a lot of potential sometimes don’t perform as well as they should. A management analyst or business consultant can evaluate a business and make recommendations that can help improve the company’s prospects.

Cost control: Small and medium-sized businesses may have a limited budget for staffing. By hiring a consultant for occasional work or to perform specific tasks, a company can save money while also benefiting from the consultant’s labor and expertise.

Entering a new industry or market: Business owners may engage the services of a consultant when entering a new industry or market. The consultant can advise the business owner on best practices while also providing introductions and strategies that can help make the new venture or direction successful.